Japanese retail company MUJI recently announced it is making 13 furnished apartments decked out with its minimalist products available to the public. This is part of the ongoing MUJI x UR Estate Renovation Project. As of Saturday, January 20th, 2018, massive Muji fans have been able to submit their applications to live in one of the housing units.
In addition to making Muji-furnished apartments available, the project involves renovating old residential complexes and turning them into clean, simplistic, wood-accented abodes. "Adding only what we need," the Muji homes also retain their original character and rustic elements. The rental properties allow tenants to alter floor plans according to their lifestyles. This news follows the company's minimalist homeware hotels in Shenzhen, China.
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