项目是继北京国子监失物招领店铺后,我们与失物招领的第二次合作——位于杭州文化地标天目里生活提案店。杭州天目里是由建筑师Renzo Piano设计的集办公、艺术空间、商业、秀场、设计酒店等功能于一体的综合性园区。

Lost & Found’s OōEli store in Hangzhou is B.L.U.E.’s second cooperation with the furniture brand ‘Lost & Found’ after the renovation project for the brand at Guozijian Street in Beijing. Designed by Renzo Piano, OōEli in Hangzhou is a comprehensive art park incorporating offices, art spaces, retail, design hotels and show fields.

失物招领作为一个生活家居品牌,除家具以外,也提供包括手工陶艺、植物、居家器物、织品等生活用品。此次设计中我们延续了家的概念,同时也呼应了失物招领品牌惜物的生活方式。空间设计围绕自然肌理 、手工工艺的核心展开,在天目里这样一个现代感的艺术园区里,呈现“家” 的样貌和内涵。

Lost & Found is a lifestyle brand that provides not only solid wood furniture but also ceramics, utensils, fabrics and plants for daily life. During this collaboration, we continues to bring the concept and sense of ‘home’ into the store, echoing a way of life that cherishes things in daily life. The spatial design revolves around materiality of the interior, natural texture and artisan craftsmanship, reflecting Lost & Found’s philosophy of art and daily life.


The whole retail space is mainly divided into furniture display area and an event space. The three scattered washed stone boxes together form the display space: each box area exhibits a living scene with carefully selected furniture collection.


We intend to enrich the spatial experience in the long display space by inserting semi-enclosed box spaces with different wall heights and therefore making people to explore and wander in and between the boxes. The natural and rough texture of the washed stone walls provides a soft and warm atmosphere.

▲展示区 axon display area


When customers pass through the display space, the cabin with a pitched roof can be seen. The cabin is to accommodate store events and temporary exhibition projects. Inspired by the tea fields in Hangzhou, we intend to create a sense of harmonious symbiosis between human and nature. The two stone steps connect the cabin and the display space, presenting a cozy and relaxed scene: people gather inside the cabin while others take a rest under the eaves in nature.

▲活动区 axon event space


The facade of the cabin provides a sense of openness since the wood-frame sliding doors visually separate the cabin lightly from the display space. Flooring, walls and ceiling of the cabin feature five different kinds of wood (beech, walnut, white oak, cherry and ash); all are of the materials which the brand use in their furniture making. The blend of different wood types extends to the detailed design of the wood sliding doors and the entrance of the store. Through the practice of solid wood materials, we attempt to form a dialogue with the brand’s furniture collection. The natural texture of the wood imparts a sense of warmth and tenderness for the space.


Another feature of the store is the wall of timber at one side of the display space. Covered by stacked natural timber, the entire wall is a visual focus in the store, while functioning as a display area
for small objects. In terms of materials, the wood we choose is old poplar wood remained from the production of the furniture factory. The old remaining poplar are stored in the warehouse for years before we reclaim them. The unique texture of the aged wood reflects a trace of time and a sense of familiarity. Because of the uniqueness of every single piece of the wood, we use them to build small-scale experiments at our studio to test its visual effect before we finally stack and build the wood together with the workers at the construction site in OōEli.


The wall-making process in an improvisational and experimental way is a method relying on the interaction between time, wood and handcraft. The wood is endowed with emotions due to the design and making process, bringing a unique strength to its final presentation. The volume of the timber brings natural smell into the space, and the smell will change with time. We believe that the unique sensual experience has the power to bring people back to physical retail space in an age of booming e-commerce platforms.

利用自然和废弃的物料,用手工工艺建造,在人和时间的共同作 用中,寻回日常生活的美和意义。这样的空间设计理念呼应了失 物招领的品牌精神,同时,在天目里这个独特文化地标中的“家”,也体现着艺术和生活的交融。在如今城市快速发展的背景下,失物招领天目里店给了我们一个寻回丢失的日常生活和情感的可能性。

The beauty of the interaction between time, human and objects is a soft power that helps people to explore the beauty and meaning of daily life. The design philosophy responds to the lifestyle of cherishing things in everyday life advocated by the brand. In the context of rapid urban development and fast pace of life today, Lost & Found OōEli gives us a possibility of retrieving the lost daily life and emotions.


▲平面图 plan










设计周期:07.2020- 09.2020

施工周期:09.2020 – 11.2020


Project Name:Lost & Found OōEli, Hangzhou

Project Location:Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China

Project Type :Retail / Interior Design

Architect:Shuhei Aoyama, Yuyuan Chen, Zheng Dou, Lingzi Liu

Client:Lost & Found


Site Area:

Building Area 225 ㎡

Materials :Washed stone, Wood (beech, cheery, oak, walnut, ash), Old poplar

Design Period :07.2020- 09.2020

Construction Period:09.2020 – 11.2020

Photography Credit :Tantan Lei