Acclaimed designers Konstantin Grcic, Jasper Morrison and Naoto Fuksava explore minimal living for Japanese retailer in a set of ultra-simple cabins unveiled at .

The three huts include a kitchen, bedroom and space for activities like reading, lounging and soaking up nature. The architecture is in keeping with Muji’s philosophy for minimal design by avoiding anything unnecessary – the huts are modest, fitted out with the basics, and executed with utmost elegance. Although they may be small, each of the pre-fabricated “Muji Huts” feels spacious, providing minimum space needed for a rich experience.

Jasper Morrison’s cork-clad structure features zones for cooking, eating, sleeping, and washing up – ideal for a short trip to the countryside. Konstantin Grcic’s design features a compact footprint with a spartan interior – there’s just a ladder, sleeping loft, lamp, and outlets, offering ultimate flexibility in how the space is used. Naoto Fukasawa incorporated floor-to-ceiling glass walls in his design. The cabin features an open plan with a soaking tub tucked behind a wall for privacy. The interior is furnished with a cot, dining table and chairs, and a kitchenette.


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