Koloro by Torafu Architects is a cute and colorful desk that takes on the form of a giant cubby. The cube-shaped workstation provides a space that promotes productivity through privacy. In addition to that, it also encourages creativity through the nooks and crannies scattered throughout its design. Allowing each workstation to be completely personalized through objects, stationery and more, the desk becomes a welcomed sanctuary for individuals rather than a jail cell for work.
Simultaneously compact and spacious, the crowning feature of Koloro by Torafu Architects is its swiveling 'windows' that become handy shelves when left open. Full of character, even when empty, this mini office is especially great for small homes. It is currently being displayed at a solo exhibition at Do in Tokyo, Japan.
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