MUJI Debuts 3 Prefab Homes

MUJI Debuts 3 Prefab Homes

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Tara Bellucci
Nov 4, 2015
(Image credit: MUJI Hut/Facebook)

If you're a fan of MUJI's minimalist style, you check it out as a whole home. The Japanese retailer debuted three different styles of mini prefab homes that can pop up almost anywhere.

Called Muji Hut, the exhibition debuted at the annual Design Touch event in Tokyo. Each of the three tiny homes has a focus on a different building material: Jasper Morrison’s ‘Hut of Cork,’ Konstantin Grcic’s ‘Hut of Aluminum,’ and Naoto Fukasawa’s ‘Hut of Wood.’ All three blend classic Japanese elements with contemporary style in a sustainable and minimalist way.

No word yet if MUJI will manufacture the homes for sale.

(Image credit: MUJI Hut/Facebook)
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