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Look inside the first ever Muji Hotel

by on Mar 21, 2018 in Interiors , News
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Muji Hotel  launches in China

Shenzhen has become the site of the first ever hotel by Japanese home and lifestyle brand Muji. Located in the Futian district, the 79-room hotel occupies five floors of the new Shen Ye UpperHills complex designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

The minimalist hotel has been designed by its in-house design team Super Potato at Ryohin Keikaku around the premise of wellness and to reflect the "anti-gorgeous, anticheap" concept.

Rooms are outfitted with the brand's own furniture and bedding, which is paired with recycled wood flooring. The hotel features a library, a restaurant and a store. A second hotel opens in Beijing this Spring, while the brand's first Japanese hotel will open next year.

Check out the photos below for an inside look into Muji’s very first hotel concept:

Inside the Muji Hotel's 'Type E' room style

Inside the Muji Hotel’s ‘Type E’ room style

The hotel exteriors are minialist in design, just like the homeware and lifestyle brand Muji itself

The hotel exteriors are minialist in design, just like the homeware and lifestyle brand Muji itself

The minimalist hotel has been designed by its in-house design team Super Potato at Ryohin Keikaku around the premise of wellness and to reflect the "anti-gorgeous, anticheap" concept.

Shenzhen's Muji Hotel features a library for guests to use

Shenzhen’s Muji Hotel features a library for guests to use

Muji Hotel's bathroom interiors are just as simple as you would expect

Muji Hotel’s bathroom interiors are just as simple as you would expect

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