The Naked House In Koh Samui, Thailand

Mar 24, 2014

Category: Living

The Naked House sounds like the kind of place where you’d really hope the owner was female, maybe between the ages of 20 and 30. Turns out the Naked House is the property of architectural photographer Marc Gerritsen; but don’t worry, the home’s name doesn’t have anything to do with his lack of attire.

Tucked neatly into a hillside in Koh Samui, Thailand, the Naked House presumably gets its name from the wide open floor plans and majestic views—it’s all exposed, and it’s all quite beautiful. Marc wanted a return to simplicity, so he used concrete, wood, steel and glass throughout the home’s five stories. There are two bedrooms on the bottom floor, the pool, living area, and kitchen on the middle level, and an office on top. From every room in the house, the views are breathtaking.

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