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By Benjamen Judd
Koloro Desk. Anything that makes sitting in front of a computer and working for eight hours at a time has got to be good (just kidding, we love our jobs and if we could we would just sleep in the office and never leave). But we all still put in a request for new Koloro desks by Torafu Architects this week anyway. You gotta try, right?
So the Koloro desk (and accompanying stool) is like your own private cubby-house work-station. A comfy cube made of bleached wood and painted in the colour of your choice on the inside, the Koloro desk has a series of windows that double as natural lighting, air ducts and shelving for small objects. The space is cozy without being smothering and allows you to work or read or knit or just sit and think and look at the funny patterns your eyes make when you stare at something too long in complete privacy.
Lightweight and completely transportable, you can easily pop the Koloro desk in the backseat of your car and take with you wherever you want some nice you-times. It’s particularly handy for anyone who is at university and has faced that awful dilemma of only the worst of the worst desks being left in the library. Never fear! Koloro desk has your back. And your head.
For more information, head to the Torafu Architects website here. There is also a bunch of other amazingness available there too!
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