Muji + infill

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

"Ryohin Keikaku Co.,Ltd. (株式会社良品計画, Kabushiki-gaisha Ryōhin Keikaku?) (TYO: 7453), or MUJI (無印良品, Mujirushi Ryōhin?) is a Japanese retail company which sells a wide variety of household goods. MUJI is distinguished by its design minimalism, emphasis on recycling, avoidance of waste in production and packaging, and no-logo policy. Products range from pens, notebooks, and clothing for men and women to food items and major kitchen appliances. Its primary business includes Café MUJI, Meal MUJI, MUJI Campsite, florist and home furnishing; the company has recently taken steps into housing construction."[1] to find out more...
MUJI House is a modular dwelling concept established in Japan. The layout in a MUJI House is adaptable to the change and requirement of a family growth. Some information from alatown
treehugger , mocoloco and translation site from MUJI
Image from http://mocoloco.com/tokyo/archives/000730.php

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

One thing I like about Japanese architecture is their clean, simple form.

The overall architecture is simple yet complicated in a way that it appears well organized.

Calvin
http://blog.miragestudio7.com

woon wei said...

Japanese architecture had made great achievements at preserving their cultural aspect while embracing new technology. Japan is a place where the east meets west. And their architecture reflects their custom. Very inspiring to me.

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