The Muji Huts are a set of minimalistic homes designed by collaborators Jasper Morrison, Konstantin Grcic and Naoto Fukasawa that celebrate traditional Japanese design. The homes are made using raw natural materials and only the bare minimum needed to leave a small carbon footprint and create a sustainably livable home.
While the Muji Huts are humbly made, they offer quite a luxurious outdoor experience with large windows and a clean design outline. The homes are made using one central material such as cork, wood or aluminum and are built from the ground up. They offer all the necessities one would need to enjoy the landscape around them. The huts come in three different layouts to accommodate a variety of owners.