It all feels faintly familiar. There are the neutral textiles, the pale wood furniture, the green plants, the clean-lined gadgets and an aesthetic that is as calming as it is minimal.

In short, it’s identical to the interior of a Muji store — except here, visitors can not only buy anything they see, they can also lock the door, run a bath and climb into bed for a good night’s sleep.

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