MUJI to host design discussion "MUJI is enough" with
Naoto Fukasawa
to celebrate the New York Fifth Avenue store opening

MUJI is Enough

The TimesCenter Stage
242 W. 41st Street between 7th and 8th Avenues.

On Thursday, October 15th, MUJI will welcome respected product designer Naoto Fukasawa to the TimesCenter in the New York Times Building. This talk is part of the celebration for MUJI’s fifth New York City location and largest location in the United States, becoming the new MUJI flagship store, which will be located at 475 Fifth Avenue, at the corner of Library Way (41st Street) across from the New York Public Library’s Schwartzman Building.

The talk entitled “MUJI is enough,” will explore in depth about its three global concepts. These concepts are reflected in MUJI design as “MUJI is enough,” embodied in products that come in just the right size, made from just the right materials, and offering the just right functionality.

“MUJI is enough” will be moderated by Paola Antonelli, Senior Curator, Architecture & Design and the founding Director of Research & Development at The Museum of Modern Art.