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Koloro is a Cute Multifunctional Desk by Torafu Architects
Posted By Ana Lisa Alperovich On May 16, 2012 @ 5:23 pm In green furniture,green Interiors,Green Products,Transforming Furniture | No Comments
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 ‘ 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.
Photos © Akihiro Ito
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URLs in this post:
 multifunctional: http://inhabitat.com/bjarke-frederiksens-nordic-nomad-is-multi-functional-furniture-for-escaping-into-the-wild/
 Torafu Architects: http://torafu.com/
 Plywood Lauan: http://www.rainforestrelief.org/What_to_Avoid_and_Alternatives/Rainforest_Wood/What_to_Avoid_What_to_Choose/By_Product/Plywood.html
 Ichiro Design: http://www.ichirodesign.jp/
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