Muji Is Inviting Guests to Live in Its Minimalist "Window House" for Free

The Japanese lifestyle brand unveils a clutter-free dream house.

Japanese lifestyle label Muji recently presented the prototype of its latest prefabricated house project, the “Window House.” Located in the seaside town Kamakura, the minimalist abode features clean, white walls on the outside. Sticking to the uncomplicated aesthetics of the brand, the space adopts an open-plan layout that allows residents to move freely within the house. In addition, the cozy house is nicely furnished with Muji furniture and products, and is completed with a private garden and a parking spot.

For those who are interested, you can actually sign up to stay in the rent-free house for two years together with your family or flatmates. All you would have to do in return is to give your feedback on living in the house, so as to facilitate the company’s research and design processes. You can head over to Muji’s website to learn more about the application procedure.

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