Home Gallery Print (Slideshow) Muji Muji Huts Muji Designs Tiny Minimalist Huts for Weekend Living Japanese Brand Expands Into Moveable Real Estate By Alexandra Jardine. Published on Nov 04, 2015 Editor's Pick Japanese fashion and lifestyle brand Muji is known for its minimalist style, whether it's fashion or umbrellas. In 2012 it designed a Muji house for people to stay in to experience its products, and now it's gone one step further by creating minimalist huts for people to buy. The idea of the Muji Hut, unveiled at a Tokyo design event, is as a kind of pop-up second home allowing busy Japanese city dwellers to get away from it all in the country on weekends. According to Quartz.com, the brand unveiled huts by three different designers -- a cork hut by Jasper Morrison, a black wood and glass hut designed by Naoto Fukasawa and a smaller aluminum and wood version by furniture designer Konstantin Grcic. The huts will be available in Japan next year -- prices have yet to be revealed. Rate this Ad You must be registered to rate the ad. Please Login or Register Now About CreditsDateNov 04, 2015Client:Muji Tagsfashion Latest Creativity News on Ad Age Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Past Week English and Gartrell Join Deutsch, AKQA Hires Uttley Anomaly Taps Award-Winning Creatives on Dove, Burger King to Lead L.A. Office Related work Muji: 10,000 Shapes of Tokyo Muji: Muji to Go Party - Tokyo Muji: Home Made tha ltd.