Need a basic place? Maybe go Naked
Don’t confuse a Naked House with a home for the naughty.
As dezeen.com discovered, Naked House refers to a Londonbased not-for-profit house builder that teamed with British studio OMMX to develop an affordable housing model for the U.K. city to offer homes stripped back to their bare necessities.
“We reject the obscene accumulation of wealth in homes that is commonplace in London and want the homes to be affordable forever,” Naked told dezeen.com.
Each home will be presented as a bare shell, with no internal walls, floors or finishes.
The homes will be sold for between 150,000 and 350,000 pounds (about $262,000 to $610,000) — a fraction of the city’s 580,000-pound ($1,010,770) average.