The Koloro Desks are Chromatic Privacy Boxes

By: Vivian Lau - Published: Aug 25, 2012 • References: torafu & itsnicethat
The ingenious designers at the Torafu studio have created the highly customizable Koloro desks as a cleverly confined but pleasant workspace.

These cubic quarters are painted a vibrant color on the interior. The space is neither cramped nor claustrophobia-inducing, for there are two window panels that open up the side walls. These ledges may be used to place books, coffee mugs or to set up a lamp. By providing perfectly painted insides, it is easy to imagine a themed workplace to fit the color palette. A pale pink color suggests a younger and creative space that is full of whimsy, whereas a darker gray color facilitates a serious and studious environment.

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