Villa NTT despite being located in the centre of a city, gives the impression of being in a park. A short avenue guides the visitor to a deeper area that is first surrounded by large, majestic trees and then opens with a view of Poelberg. The slope of the terrain and the favourable south orientation enhance this sense of openness. The new villa is built on the site of a previous house. The same volume was requested as the demolished villa: a ground floor with a gabled roof. The architects have optimised this precondition for a linear and thin volume with a gable roof that responds to the maximum to its environment. The result is a recognizable volume with a minimalist composition, white walls and dark exterior carpentry. The façade has a fairly closed character. Once inside, the visitor quickly faces the view through the long glass façade. The rhythm of the glazing and the columns gives the impression of a gallery. The terrace table reinforces the link between the interior and the exterior, and creates an additional spatial experience in relation to the slope of the garden. The long canopy on the back wall prevents intense sunlight and creates a transition to the outside area.