The Japanese retailer Muji has built a cult following by offering nearly any object you could want in your home for not much money and proportionately great design. Now, the company is offering one more item to its line of 7,500 housewares: Actual houses. And there's a very good economic reason for the ambitious new…
Muji might no longer be that minimalist Japanese brand none of your friends know about, but that doesn't make its products any less cool. And if you've been holding off on buying a Bluetooth speaker until you found one that was less on the garish side, your hunt is over.
Anyone familiar with the minimalist Japanese store Muji (which has shops all around the world) will expect these three apps to be cleanly-designed and stylish. The Calendar app is my favorite, but Notebook is bound to be the digital Moleskine-equivalent.
Ever look at a cookbook and think, "That recipe looks so good, I could just eat that page!"? My guess is no. Nobody has ever thought that. But just in case, we present this concept.
The Muji Multi-Functional Clock features a clock, alarm, calendar and thermometer. To switch from one feature to the next, just rotate the unit.