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Koloro is a Cute Multifunctional Desk by Torafu Architects

by , 05/16/12

Torafu Architects, Kororo, multifunctional furniture, japanese design, Esperanto, Ichiro Design, polyester veneer, Plywood Lauan, green furniture, Transforming Furniture

The super cute Kororodesuku (Koloro desk) and Koloro stool are two brilliant multifunctional furnishings designed by Tokyo-based Torafu Architects. The brightly colored desk has various windows to let light in, and the stool can hide small objects inside!

Torafu Architects, Kororo, multifunctional furniture, japanese design, Esperanto, Ichiro Design, polyester veneer, Plywood Lauan, green furniture, Transforming Furniture

Torafu Architects‘ Koloro line is made from polyester veneer and Plywood Lauan, and there are 1,000 colors available to choose from! Ichiro Design produces this box-like furniture set, which features a simple and practical aesthetic so people will keep them for a long time. Kororo also comes with a light, a hook for hanging a bag, and a space to study, read, and store your favorite things.

+ Torafu Architects

Photos © Akihiro Ito

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