The concept of this house summarizes the ideal situation, the character and the lifestyle of the inhabitants. The ‘lust for life’ of the inhabitants and their refined way of living are projected into the organization of the spaces. The ground floor is seemingly one large space with kitchen dining and living room, without sacrificing space for hallways or unnecessary storage space. One enters the house th rough the kitchen so that the visitor immediately enters the living space rather than an impersonal hall with on the left a coat closet and on the right a toilet. The feeling of openness is emphasized by the lack of doors. The relationship interior-exterior plays an important role. Light air and space are the defining concepts for this house. On the garden side two facades are practically completely realized in glass. In the summer half of the house can be completely opened. The northern façade is almost completely closed. Against this façade is a built-in wall of casework and an open hearth.