A structure had to be designed in groups of two that would represent the architectural characteristics of the architecture firm Neutelings Riedijk. Furthermore, the design had to fit the needs of a small imaginary office. Moreover, the entrance to the building had to be on the first floor and the volume could not be larger than 9 x 9 metres. Lastly, the structure was located between a river and road as can be seen below.
The final design not only represents the characteristics of Neutelings Riedijk concerning the routing and morphology, it is also representing their believes of the greatest denominator in the façade cladding that continues on the inside. Moreover, the structure has been designed with the surroundings in mind.