The Japanese powerhouse that is Muji, have recently unveiled three Muji minimal prefab cabins. The aptly named Muji Hut project includes three ready-constructed huts designed by Konstantin Grcic, Jasper Morrison and Naoto Fukasawa, acting as minimal rural refuges for escaping the “hustle and bustle” of the city.
The three huts made from cork, aluminium and wood were launched by during Tokyo Design Week 2015, and were created for ease of transportation and construction, suitable for countryside locations and reconnecting with nature.
Naoto Fukasawa’s focus material was wood and his structure boasts a small kitchen, log fire, separate bath and trestle bed.
Grcic’s hut is a narrow two-storey cabin, with corrugated sides and wood and paper sliding panels at top and bottom.
Morrison’s cork clad hut has a sliding glass door entrance, and central room with small kitchen and log fire.
Check out the three huts on Muji’s website here. They’re set to go on sale next year.