When architects design furniture, form tends to go hand in hand with function and that is certainly the case with the Koloro desk, a customizable, changeable personal workspace designed by Japanese architecture firm Torafu.
The desk includes a variety of windows that can be opened or closed to control the level of privacy for the user and when opened can be used as shelves. Despite the small size of the work space, thoughtful touches such as hooks, space for lighting and even a special place to keep a potted plant has been added.
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