Torafu Architects redefines the traditional workstation in their ‘unique upgrade called the ‘Koloro Desk’ design. This stunning desk features open spaces through its three flip out windows and skylight. The openings can also become shelves to display small objects and can be closed to secure privacy. Created for the Japanese brand Ichiro, the desk provides space for plants, hooks for bags, lighting, and a cord manager for computer use. In addition, this amazing desk comes with the “Koloro Stool,”  a stool that has a removable seat where one can store toys and other such items inside.

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