The micro-huts are priced at approximately $27,000 USD each.
In November 2015, MUJI revealed a serues of minimalist micro-huts during Tokyo Designer Week. The huts was developed by the Japanese home-goods stalwart alongside designers Naoto Fukasawa, Jasper Morrison and Konstantin Grcic.
Then now, MUJI's minimalist micro-huts are availabe for purchase exclusively in Japan. This micro-hut constructed out of cedar wood with burned hardwood, boasts a height of 10 square meters and can comfortably fit up to four individuals at a time. Another key features include a porch, a high shed roof, as well astall sliding glass doors for natural light to seep inside.
“Put it in the mountains, near the ocean, or in a garden, and it immediately blends in with the surroundings, inviting you to a whole new life,” MUJI told designboom.
The micro-huts are priced at $27.000 USD. You can see the detail of MUJI's minimalist micro-huts above.
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