Take a Look Inside MUJI's "Yō no le" Micro-House
The minimal space measures at just over 100 square meters.
MUJI is offering a better look at its minimal micro-house, which originally launched in Japan in December 2019. A new version of the prefabricated home, dubbed “Yō no le” (Plain House), is now open in the Yamaguchi prefecture, and serves as an example of what the compact space would look like if set up for one or two people.
Measuring at approximately 101.85 square meters, the house is constructed with floor-to-ceiling windows, an open floor plan and movable partitions in order to maximize both light and space. A wooden outdoor deck merges seamlessly with the structure and complements the home’s facade, made of cedar. The home is designed to work best with MUJI products for a fully integrated experience.
MUJI’s “Yō no le” prefab house costs approximately $160,000 USD and is open for viewing in Yamaguchi City, Japan.