Built for the market gardener and fertilizer manufacturer Bendien (who invented Pokon), this house is sited inside the fortified area of the old town of Naarden. As regulation required that the house should be easy to dismantle, Wijdeveld took as his departure-point a timber frame. A first design sporting a thatched roof was followed by the final scheme with its near vertical 'roof' in flat red tiles. The 'facade' consists of a brick plinth from which rises a timber feature resembling a concertina in section and originally painted in an alternating pattern of yellow and purple. The exterior is almost exactly as it was when built.