MUJI recently hosted an exhibition featuring Japanese craftsmen at the Fifth Avenue Flagship Store named "Tatazumai", which can be translated as "shape" or "atmosphere".
Today I thought I'd pick out a slightly different set of objects to talk about, it seems like a nice switch away from what we usually talk about, architecture, craft, furniture etc. Saying that, these do sort of come under the architectural 'umbrella' in some ways. I love the dimensions of these obj
MUJI happens to be one of those interesting companies who offer a selection of products that sit quite close to our general aesthetic, but maybe miss out on the craft/independent element. They rarely highlight the original makers, possibly because a lot of the ideas are duplicated from the handiwork
I’ve always been fascinated with Muji and their branding, particularly on the Japanese side where they seem to evolve and expand at an alarming rate. They remain true to their ethos and show that you can become successful even if you make simple and basic items that we all need, and express a