torafu architects: koloro-wagon mobile storage units
all images courtesy torafu © akihiro ito

 

 

japanese torafu architects has collaborated with ichiro to produce the ‘koloro-wagon’, a mobile wagon comprised of three sets of stackable container boxes with handles.  influenced by the idea of hidden furniture storage systems, the units can be separated and carried around like baskets. if users grip the two L-shaped handles together, the units transform into baskets similar to those used for shopping. if configured vertically, they act as supports for when they are stacked-up. also available in a variety of color combinations, the portable storage cabinets adapt to different user needs and provide individual functionality for specific uses.

 

 

torafu architects: koloro-wagon mobile storage units

the mobile wagon is comprised of three sets of stackable container boxes with handles

 

 

torafu architects: koloro-wagon mobile storage units

the units can can be separated and carried around like baskets

 

 

torafu architects: koloro-wagon mobile storage units

the koloro-wagon mobile storage units

 

 

torafu architects: koloro-wagon mobile storage units

available in a variety of color combinations, the portable storage cabinets adapt to different user needs

 

 

torafu architects: koloro-wagon mobile storage units

 

 

torafu architects: koloro-wagon mobile storage units

if the handles are placed vertically, they act as supports for a stacked-up configuration