Contemporary retailer MUJI has expanded into the architecture industry with its latest branded tiny home project, dubbed 'Yō no Ie House.' It comes "without interior walls" and this is to grant owners the power to tailor their abode with reference to their preferences and needs. As a result, the branded tiny home showcases an accessible approach to design through minimalism, as well as a functional demeanor through personalization.
The front of the dwelling boasts three openings that can be left open or closed, depending on the necessity of privacy. The interior of the Yō no Ie House will feature space for a bedroom, a kitchen, a small dining, as well as a living area. Spanning a total of 80 square feet, the branded tiny home is available to consumers for $150,000 USD.
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