Today, many people are no longer happy living with the city’s hustle and bustle. Aside from the higher cost of living, city life seems to be a complicated one. This is the primary reason why The MUJI HUT came into existence. This is a simple abode developed by a well-known Japanese prefab houses builder known as Muji. The MUJI HUT is a micro-home that is available in 3 types. These are the aluminum-built, the wood-built, and the cork-made ones. These prefab houses are mainly constructed with these lightweight materials, making them easy to move. The huts were introduced during the Tokyo’s Design Touch event. The brilliant men behind the creation of these huts are Naoto Fukasawa, Konstantin Grcic, and Jasper Morrison.
The aluminum-built hut has sparsely furnished loft and a fairly-empty downstairs. A no-frills kitchen and Tatami mats are available in the cork-made hut, while the wood-built hut takes pride of its simple cot, wood-burning stove, and a traditional-designed Japanese bathroom that’s spacious enough. Try to visit official site for more information about The MUJI HUT.