Forget tiny houses, Muji unveils tiny apartments

Images via House Vision
Words by Maeve Kerr-Crowley

The new tiny house.

When Muji’s tiny houses hit the market last year, we were understandably excited.

But for people in overpopulated urban areas, a house (no matter how small) isn’t always an option.

Muji’s solution: tiny apartments, made for sharing.

Like all good micro houses, the design by architect Go Hasegawa ensures every inch of space is used efficiently.

The bottom floor features a kitchen and common area, while multiple bedrooms are tucked away in suspended wooden containers overhead. These private areas include a wall of shelves, versatile stairs/seating and enough room for a small bed.

The apartment was displayed as part of the House Vision exhibition held in Beijing, but there’s no word yet on when they’ll be up for sale.


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