Here are some clever people who are re-imagining space and furniture in brilliant ways. In their quest to make new kinds of connections between furniture and people, Japanese decorative plywood company Ichiro Design teamed up with Torafu Architects to create this fresh approach to a workspace that’s both flexible and personal.
The Koloro desk has space for lighting, shelves (just big enough for a cup of tea), hooks for bags, a cord manager, and its matching stool has a storage space under the cushioned base. What we really love is the nifty flip-out windows and skylight, which allow for a private area that also has a sense of openness and space.
This simple and beautiful solution enables you to create an everyday workspace that’s crafted to suit your personality. What would you put in your little Koloro desk?