These 38 dwellings are part of the first phase of the new area De Beljaart, located north-west of Dongen – a small village at the southern part of Holland. What sticks out is the casual setting of the 7 row of houses. The design of the blocks is an architectonic interpretation of the strict demands in quality that were put forward and has been translated into several traditional row dwellings with saddle roofs wrapped in a modern jacket. Or better said: poured over with a modern sauce. Choosing white coloured façades and red roofs led to a reference to the (in Holland) well-known Mona dessert: semolina-pudding with red currant gravy. The contrast between the white painted bricks, red ceramic roof tiles and fresh green front doors brings in an original and contemporary appearance. The dwellings are parcelled out over 7 rows, varying of 4 to 6 dwellings, ranging from social rent and sale to average expensive rent and expensive sale categories.