Koloro-Desk: A Flexible Workspace Concept From Tokyo
Over the last years we’ve showcased plenty of flexible interior and workspace designs, such as this multi-functional furniture by Seung-Yong Song, the Landpeel, Casulo’s Room-in-a-Box, and a mobile office concept designed by Liddy Scheffknecht and Armin B. Wagner. Tokyo-based Torafu Architects came up with a new-style workspace concept that’s perfectly in line with the trend of pop-up interiors that fit the needs of the ‘flexible class’. Part of a bigger series of flexible furniture, their Koloro-Desk is a neatly designed multi-purpose desk that’s, yes, very flexible.
The Koloro-Desk has two little windows in its walls and a lamp inside. The windows are meant to give a more open and accessible feel, while a small private room where no one can disturb you is created when closed. Furthermore, “lighting and potted plants can be added, and there are windows for displaying the occasional ornament, hooks for bags, and a cord manager allowing PC use”, explain the creators in this article on Dezeen. To complement the Koloro-Desk, Torafu designed the Koloro-Stool, a smart mix between a stool and a storage box. The furniture is easily detachable. Click here for a full series of photos.
This article belongs to a series of posts on the future of working, collaboration, architecture and design, presented by HP Designjet printing solutions and written by The Pop-Up City.