Japanese company Muji has unveiled its work for earthquake-resistant architecture. The company has created a single-story wooden house in the Yamaguchi prefecture. The home is conducive to a holistic living environment, making movement around the house unrestricted by offering large hallways and entries into the house. The bonus perk? The home is durable against earthquakes:
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The single-story abode has a terrace, garden, and airy rooms. Muji’s house is open. There are no rigid separations or divisions like you may notice in the average modern house. By relying on an open face for the house, Muji architects emphasize architectural flexibility and instant adaptability. Your working and living habits are not dependent on or inhibited by austere lines and cuts in the house. The house sprawls 1,096 square feet, is mostly wooden, offers an airy environment during the summer, flexible dining units, and is priced at a little over 19 million yen. That’s $182,000.
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