This private house consists of two volumes, of which the head volume is divided into three different levels; one level for the children, one for living and one level reserved for the parents. The second volume contains both the kitchen and the basement. By using a split-level organisation, all three levels flow over, causing the children's floor to be semi-submerged and the habitable floor to be lifted up halfly, to aid the privacy of the habitants. Next to the master bedroom, which is oriented on the east, the parent's floor offers a study, connected to the hall and providing a view over the nearby Belgian border. Contrary to the back fašade, which offers big open windows and thereby connect the building to the garden, the windows on the front fašade are made of reglit to create a distance between the habitants and the visitors. However, all windows are chosen to let in daylight and offer view.