Never host Christmas again with this new tiny house from MUJI

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Words by Maeve Kerr-Crowley

The brand’s first single-story prefab.

Over the last few years, MUJI has dominated the category of aesthetically pleasing tiny houses – followed by tiny apartments for those of us living out our city life fantasies.

The brand’s latest venture into the field is its Yō no Ie House, which covers just 80 square feet.

Across a single story, there’s room for a bed, kitchen, living area and a small dining area, all decked out with MUJI home goods, obviously.

Architecturally, the space was designed around accessibility and functionality, working particularly with the idea that people of all ages should be able to comfortably live there.

Three large doors allow for easy access, while an attached deck accommodates a seating area and outdoor fire pit.

And, because we all nest differently, the Yō no Ie House has plenty of opportunity for customisation.

The whole prefab home will set you back about $220,000, but getting your hands on one outside of Japan could be a little tricky.


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