A building tailored to Maldegem and its context. The appearance is determined by the specificity of its roof shape. Because of this roof shape, the volume is fragmented into two smaller volumes, which gives a correct scale factor to the proportions of the whole. The detailing makes typological reference to the site’s rural environment. The expansive façade is visually divided. This division is further enhanced by the inclinations in the various facades, which in turn bring texture and dimensioning into the volume. The building, with nine residential units, tries to distinguish itself visually through its search for nuance in typological imagery and connection with its context.