Torafu Architects


You can certainly call them colorful … book stands from Japanese Archittecs Torafu … you probably have seen work from them before just didn't know they made so many more amazing things … I'm talking about the Air Vase.
But I would like to show you these other three products today. The Koloro Stands, their magnets and the beautiful Koloro desk and stool … I believe the images speak for themselves 🙂 … great aren't they. I'm not sure if a shop outside the Japan is selling these items, but this Japanese online shop does. 





I started the week on BloesemKids last Monday with some unbelievably beautiful toys from them too … 

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  1. Villa Meliefste

    they are really beautiful! I looked at the japanese site. Beautiful things they sell but my japanese isn’t quite good ;-).
    I hope their products will be sold elsewhere in Europe or perhaps Holland?
    Thanks for sharing!
    Have a good day.

  2. Holland

    Koloro desks are really fresh and fun! I think practical, too — boxy top focuses your attention on the task at hand, and there’s no room for distracting clutter. <3

  3. Tazim

    I like the different heights for the stools and combination of pastel colors, in the last picture. That pic of the cat at the desk is priceless . . .but I love the bookends the absolute most!

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