“One design fits all” is a design that is assumed to work in all situations; one style or system that is forced to work for all potential residents.
But for our homes, there is is no ‘one design fits all’. We are living in the age of lifestyle renting; necessity and priority within our homes is vastly different for everyone.
Another version of the potential for individuality could be the naked home scheme; blank canvases to be edited and updated, structures where the finish of design cannot be afforded by all.
Our homes must cater for all lifestyles wherever possible.
Is it possible to sew a more diverse fabric of design within London?
How can we create tailor-made homes?