The clients of this holiday home lived almost opposite the Rietveld Schröder House and were good friends of Gerrit Rietveld. Essentially, the design consists of two large roof planes — a gently raked taller roof plane and a less-tall horizontal plane with the dwelling components arranged below them in three zones. Below the lesstall roof plane and the lower part of the raked plane are the bedrooms and the kitchen. The living room in the central zone has wall-to-wall expanses of glass at the terrace and a sliding partition. It is in this open corner that the flowing spatiality of De Stijl is best expressed. The roof is borne aloft by a steel frame whose H-beams are painted white on the outer flange and black on the inside, a typically ‘dematerializing’ touch that from a distance recalls the yellow painted extremities of the Red-Blue Chair.