In the southeast, open space and buildings manifest themselves in the form of courtyard housing, with greenery as the dominant factor. Here, the houses are arrange as pavilions in the parkland. The arrangement allows for both open and intimate atmospheres. Towards the Neerlandweg the rowhousing typology is applied where buildings and open space have an equal presence. Rowhousing manifest itself from street and square and next to private gardens to the rear, they include a central communal garden. By making use of vistas, a visual connection is made here to the parkland. Clusters of patio housing are situated between the apartment blocks. Here, buildings are the dominant factor, where greenery is more structured and enclosed and pavement is more present. Apartment blocks are fitted with enclosed or semi-enclosed communal gardens that focus to the park landscape to create vistas and to establish a connection with the surrounding building typologies. This, together with the creation of a qualitative street frontage along the Krijgslaan and Neerlandweg, provides the basis for their shape.
The apartment blocks are structured according to a well-defined grid through which an intelligent frame is created. At ground level mainly commercial and collective programs occupy the public street-facing façades. Furthermore, dwellings are located along the residential streets within the site. By applying different modules, a wide variety of housing units is provided. The modules consist of one to three bedroom apartments, including a duplex unit, each with an outdoor space in the form of a balcony or roof terrace.. The structure provides the flexibility to implement the modules in different places and combinations. This possibility of different arrangements of the modules then allows the façade to not be monotonous. Furthermore, this is enhanced by applying different window types defined within the grid.
The two apartment blocks are designed according to the same idea to form a leitmotiv in the whole. Furthermore, they together form one large street frontage along the Krijgslaan.