Private function: Desk opens window to your mood

18 : 05 : 2012 Furniture : Home Office : Flexthetics

Japan – Tokyo-based architect firm Torafu Architects has designed the Koloro desk for plywood furniture maker Ichiro that includes flexible features giving users control over their working environment.

The desk comprises a box-like structure with windows that can be levered open or kept closed, depending on the level of privacy required. When open, the side windows can be used as small shelves.

The Koloro desk is a great example of a design that harnesses the Future Family’s demand for maximium privacy and space in a multifunctional home. Find out more by reading our Future Family macrotrend.

The contrast between the vibrant hue of the desk’s interior space and the craft-like exterior of the frame also makes it a great example of our Vibrant Folk design direction.

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