MUJI's "Yō no le" Micro Home Launches in Japan
$150,000 USD will get you the 80-square-meter house.
Homegoods brand MUJI continues to innovate with its latest pre-fabricated house, dubbed Yō no le. The company’s fourth home, Yō no le is a minimalist, one-story structure designed to work with MUJI products. Its open floor plan and vaulted ceilings give the compact 80-square-meter home (95-square-meters including the outdoor deck space) an airy feel, while a wooden deck includes a recessed area perfect for a fire pit or garden. Customers can choose between a cedar or grey exterior finish.
MUJI first ventured into homes in 2004 with the release of Ki no le (The Tree House). Two subsequent models, Mado no le (Window House) and Tate no le (Vertical House), launched in Japan in 2008 and 2010 respectively.
Yō no le is priced at $150,000 USD and is only available in Japan.