This new combined practice for two family doctors and a pharmacist can be described as carefully detailed. The floor plan is split into exactly two halves of a rectangle. Nevertheless, the building looks like a whole. The central patio connects both halves of the building and a view of the rustic pond. The wide projections suggest an oversized roof on a single storey, whereby a glance at the building is deprived, causing the building to look slim. Due to the predominant glass facades the buildings have the appearance of a pavilion. The hatching of the façade is strikingly subtle, as a result of the wooden strips and the patterns on the glass. The restrained design of the façade holds a balance between decorative and the practical use of shading the interior.