If happiness is simplicity, why live in a big house after all? Japanese minimalist retailer Muji will launch a line of prefab lightweight micro-homes, Muji Huts, in 2017. The models of wood, aluminum, and cork are definitely cool living spaces that are eco-friendly and quaint!
The wooden hut will be the first to hit the market. Made mainly of timber with a pitched roof and floor to ceiling windows it features a small cot, a wood-burning stove and a small kitchenette. The main highlight is the bathroom that includes a large Japanese-style square tub. Surrounding blinds provide privacy for bathers.
The Aluminium hut has a small footprint of just 106 square feet. The exterior is made from aluminum and wood, and the interior is a loft style with a sleeping area on the second floor and an open empty space downstairs. A semi-transparent shoji-style sliding door allows filtered sunlight into the space.
The cork hut features dark brown cork cladding, a timber porch, and a sloped roof. Sliding glass doors, tatami mats, and a row of clerestory windows will be found in this type of hut. A small kitchenette equipped with a sink, wooden countertop, wood-burning stove and a dining area/nook is also inside.
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About Ann Choltida
Ann Choltida is a salesperson at Right at Home Realty Inc., Brokerage. Real Estate has been her passion since she moved to Canada 6 years ago. She is an avid supporter of Habitat for Humanity and volunteers at Kadampa temple. She loves to travel and has worked in the jewellery industry for several years before becoming involved in real estate. To find out more please visit www.Property416.com