In a street where villas and bungalows are hidden behind hedges, this new home stands out with its openness. The slightly higher position in relation to the street gives the low-lying villa a certain statelyness.
The tight geometric shapes of the building contrast nicely with the irregular forms of the plants and trees around. The front garden consists of paving with light gray pavers and a lawn around a large beech tree. In front of the left corner of the house is a rhododendron, along which the pavement runs in an undulating line to a private backyard.
The floor and roof of the house are orthogonal, while the front and rear façades are folded inwards. Folding the façades creates an awning at the front at the entrance and a covered outdoor terrace at the rear.