Personalized cubicle

There's nothing enticing about working in a cubicle space, aside from a sense of privacy, but Torafu Architects have somehow made the cubicle a desired option for the home.

At first glance, the Koloro Desk might look like a voting booth, but it is in fact an intimate and customizable workspace. The box-like structure has small panels that flip out to form shelves or windows, and if you get a Koloro Stool, you'll find the seat opens up to offer storage space.

It has also been designed to allow users to personalize it, with a hole in the top to allow plant pots to be added and hooks on the sides to hang things from. Putting your own spin on it is part of the Koloro Desk's charm, and we can already imagine an office setting up rows of them for creative workers.