For Tokyo Design Week, Japanese mega retailer Muji invited celebrated designers Konstantin Grcic, Jasper Morrison, and Naoto Fukasawa to envision cozy escapes from the city hustle. Fast Company have been following this with much envy.
Holding true to Muji’s philosophy of “just enough” design, the three huts are modest, outfitted with the basics, and executed elegantly. Moreover, the prefabricated designs strive to remove complexity from the building process—the minimum space needed for a rich experience. A place for reading, enjoying conversations, taking time, and soaking up nature.
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