A plot in the row is being built on for the first time.
In a street with mostly monotonous houses from the 1950s and 1960s, the rare bay windows are the only inspiring elements.
The design makes an interpretation of the typical aspects: the bay window is designed as a round shape, the back extension as well. Neutral red brick is used in vertical tile bond to construct the round shapes.
Around the central oval staircase, the plan is organised without corridors: the living space is spread over 2 levels for different moments in the day: homework, reading, playing,... A double-height kitchen on the street side gives a large size to the house and provides the connection between the different living spaces. In contrast, the sleeping quarters and an extra study emphasise seclusion and silence.