Incredible. There’s about to be new meaning to the term “hop, skip, and a jump.”
A group of Estonian architects have built a trampoline walkway through a Russian forest… The 560-foot-long trampoline walkway, Fast Track, was built this summer as part of an emerging architecture festival called Archstoyanie.
How would you like to live in an all MUJI house with all MUJI products provided free of charge for two years? MUJI has built a fully furnished MUJI house in Mitaka, Tokyoand now they are waiting for someone to move into it.
They’ve even made a free iPhone app that allows you to “build” the house when you use the iPhone camera on a MUJI logo and take a tour of the house.
I would love to live temporarily in one, but I don’t think I’ll be able to recover from it after the two years is over…
That’s probably when MUJI would offer to sell the house to me — and then I’d be MUJI for life.