Koloro Exhibition / Torafu Architects

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The Koloro Exhibition by Torafu Architects features their complete range of ‘koloro-desk / koloro-stool’, including versions which they collaborated with Mina Perhonen. Shown in CLASKA Gallery and Shop “DO” in Tokyo, the name ‘koloro’ is an Esperanto word, meaning color, many colors are used at the exhibition. They also display many colorful “airvase” throughout the space, including a new version where we collaborated with photographer Mikiya Takimoto, and a special version of“airvase”, which is enough large to cover your whole body, floating up and down with the help of a motor. More images and architects’ description after the break.

In addition, we are showing a wide range of our products such as “CMYK”, “Kitchen Blocks”, “softblock”, a new released product “clopen”, as well as bookends made by wood left over from the making of koloro desk, which is a project in progress. The curious products naturally prompt visitors to pick up and explore. This colorful exhibition displaying our various products is a place that people enjoy our koloro (color).

© Hiroyuki Matsu

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Cite: Alison Furuto. "Koloro Exhibition / Torafu Architects" 28 Aug 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/265606/koloro-exhibition-torafu-architects> ISSN 0719-8884

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