Add: #15 Dongxin Creative Park, 139 Liuhe Road, Hangzhou
Tel: 0571-8896 3099
Hours: 10am-6pm (closed on Mon)
Visited: Mar 2017
When Fnji first opened their living room in Dongxin Creative Park back in 2015, it was pretty much the only thing there. For a furniture brand to choose such a remote location, and to name their space a “living room” instead of a “show room”, you know it’s got quite a character. Last year, I fell in love with their beautiful shop in Beijing, so I made it a point to visit their Hangzhou location on this trip.
聽說 2015 年梵几在東信和創園開幕時，這裏就只有它一家店。會選擇如此偏遠的地方，又將展廳稱爲 “客廳”，這顯然是個很有自己個性的品牌。其實第一次接觸梵几是在北京， 當時就喜歡上了他們含蓄溫潤的風格。雖然杭州店不像北京店有甜點和咖啡（殘念），不過空間和家具都美，值得一訪。
Unlike its Beijing counterpart, the Fnji living room in Hangzhou doesn’t serve coffee and desserts (sad face), but the furniture and space are both beautiful. The pieces are all handmade from wood, make use of the Chinese mortise and tenon joint structure, with designs that bridge between modern and traditional aesthetics.
梵几家具采用的多是來自北美的白蠟、黑胡桃木，以及國內的核桃木；每件産品從設計到成品都需要 50 天左右的制作周期，經由工匠手工打磨，慢工出細活。朋友最近剛買了一把梵几的折凳，雖然價格頗貴，不過他說摸上去就能感受到上等木頭的質感和精細的工藝，非常值得。
It actually says “furniture, tea, cafe” at the door, but the cafe part is no longer open to public. Why? “Well, there are many coffee shops in the Creative Park now, and we are not nearly as professional as they are”, said the store manager humbly as he brewed me a cup of tea. A warm little place.
玻璃門上寫著 “furniture, tea, cafe”，不過咖啡吧的部份似乎已經不對外開放了。爲什麽呢？“園區裏開了不少咖啡店，我們的飲品又做得不專業”，店員謙虛地說，順手還是幫我泡了杯茶…哎呀，好個溫暖舒服的地方。