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Muji Debuts 3 Tiny Homes Designed as Cozy Retreats

Hut of aluminum by German designer Konstanti Grcic—All photos via <a href="">Muji Hut/Facebook</a>
Hut of aluminum by German designer Konstanti Grcic—All photos via Muji Hut/Facebook

Muji, the Japanese purveyor of minimalistic home goods, stationery, and more, is getting into the micro homes game with "Muji Hut," a series of simple tiny dwellings that offer different takes on a peaceful escape from the urban hustle and bustle. Each designed by a different designer—Jasper Morrison, Konstantin Grcic, and Naoto Fukusawa—the small abodes just debuted at Design Touch 2015, a Tokyo Design Week event located in the city's Midtown Garden. The huts range in building materials (cork, aluminum, wood), size, and livability, but they definitely have the stylishly austere "Muji look" down (for reference: the company's dreamy prefab homes now available for purchase.)

Fukusawa's wall of wood

So far, there's no word on whether these will actually be available to buy, but stay tuned.

· Muji Hut [official site via Designboom]
· Muji's Dream Home is Exactly as Minimalist as You'd Expect [Curbed]
· Groovy New Tiny House with Full-Size Appliances Can Sleep 8 [Curbed]
· Tiny House Built for Under $30K Fits Family of 3 [Curbed]
· 5 Impressive Tiny Houses You Can Order Right Now [Curbed]
· 3 Design Tips From the Dreamiest Tiny Cottage in New England [Curbed]