MUJI has decorated a terminal for Narita Airport i

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Don't think Muji just helped with the soft decoration design. In fact, it moved the store to the terminal. If you like any of the furniture and furnishings, please go directly to the boarding gate to make a reservation

on April 8, terminal 3 of Narita Airport in Japan was officially opened. This terminal for low-cost airlines is designed by Nikken Sekkei, which was founded in 1900. It combines practicality and simplification by creating internal soft decoration through Muji

because Muji is responsible for the soft decoration design of the terminal, the interior of the whole terminal adopts a minimalist style. It's a little empty visually. Fortunately, the colorful furniture and decoration make the whole waiting hall not too cold

although the design is simple, there are many intimate details inside the airport. For example, each sofa has no handle, so that passengers can lie down and sit, and can rest at any time for 24 hours

Muji also created a food area with its trademark log colored furniture. Considering that budget airlines will have some early morning flights, the business hours of this food area will start at 4 a.m. and last until 9 p.m

blue guides the departure and red guides the arrival. According to the estimation of human flow, Muji has also set up color guide signs on the ground. In this way, even if the terminal is large, passengers will not easily get lost

by the way, you can buy the sofa, tables and chairs you just saw, as well as all Muji household products in the terminal. Just go to the gate and make a reservation




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