Architect Marc Gerritsen designed the “Naked House” in Thailand as a peaceful, personal retreat.
“The house was a return to the basic values in life: good clean air, wide open space, quiet solitude. With these basic values you can be in a space that is uncluttered, and your mind can become still. That’s also the reason behind the very basic materials that I have used: concrete, wood, steel and glass. There are no embellishments. The focus is on the space rather than the materials.”
I also love that on the floor plan there’s a storage/kid’s room. Just stack those boxes around the bunk beds. They won’t mind.
Scouted via Freshome.