ISSUE 18  |  Beyond Bauhaus

The Transformative Properties of Kolor

May 02, 2012 9:15 PM

BY Christine Chang Hanway

Berlin-based design firm Kolor is obsessed with the transformative properties of color.

Located on a side street in Berlin, the multidisciplinary design studio features a small shop that doubles as a showroom for the firm's interior design practice. Every month, a different hand-picked product (many are made from sustainable recycled materials) is featured. Go to Kolor for more information.

Photography by Tatiana Reimann.

Above: Neon Light Fixtures.

Above: Kolor Custom Shelf.

Above: Kolor Utility Bag.

Above: Attached to the wall with concealed brackets, the shelves appear like floating planes of color. The shelves are hand-made in Berlin and spray lacquered MDF. They measure 80 cm in length and 18 cm in depth; €105 per shelf.

Above: A neon knitted Draft Extruder.

Image via Mostly Berlin.