Naked architecture? of course it has to do with “the naked chef”, he combines ingredients you wouldn’t expect together, but that certainly have a beautiful or very tasty effect.

We try to make naked architecture, without bling, real. Naked is intended for people who quickly notice it’s not about a joke. With them we have a click.
Through an open approach we hope to achieve a bond with the client, which we can use to obtain a high level of quality.

‘Totality and infinity’, Emmanuel Lévinas (1969)

“The things are naked, by metaphor, only when they are without adornments: bare walls, naked landscapes. They have no need of adornment when they are absorbed in the accomplishment of the function for which they are made: when they are subordinated to their own finality so radically that they disappear in it. They disappear beneath their form.”