CORE is a new collection designed for Chinese brand Lost&Found based in Beijing, Lost&Found is a brands based on vintage and solid wood furniture, and they ask Mario Tsai Studio to help L&F turn their products into more international and Morden,  Mario Tsai Studiocontinued the classic elements and characteristics of their products, redesigning and creating products that are more in line with current business environments and markets.
To be different from the main line of L&F’s design furniture, which lies the principle in predictability and inspired by anonymous design, CO/RE is create to explore the possibility of modern aesthetics to aim the space solution not only a cozy home but also hotels, business offices, stores, art studios, galleries, etc. This is also an experiment of L&F as a ten-years design brand.
1. Cuddle Chair
Cuddle Chair, with the arched shape of arms, which was also used in Tianjin Iron pipe chair. Compared with the old one, is aimed at improving the sense of security, at the same time, the enclosed arms just solve the problem in a clever way. The back and seat of the chair have been adjusted to a rounder shape, which match with the arms. In addition, we chose green wool fabric and slender metal legs, transmitting an obsession for vintage furniture, and also adapt to contemporary modern style, classic and exquisite.
2. Woody Cafe Table & Side Table
To enlarge a wooden cube, this café table is designed to arouse the fondness of wood as anatural material. A wooden cuboid lays across the bottom to settle down the whole shape steadily, and also gives an add place to keep a magazine or a bottle of blossom.

3. Agar Sofa
Agar sofa has a memorable surface curve and bouncy touch. The change of the light and shadow will give different looks with its smooth texture. This sofa system consists of 6 shape units, and it can support a sitting solution of 2 to more people or add an angle at its corner to fit in a variety of spaces.

1. Cuddle Lounge Chair
2. Woody Tables
3. Agar Sofa
Designer : Mario Tsai
Year : 2017
Client :    Lost&Found