The private home in the Edmond Halleylaan is a translation of the Claus and Kaan office as a home, without being a direct copy. The façade is in bare concrete, in which the various windows subtly relate to one another. The interior of the building is intelligently divided by light wells to guarantee optimal use of the space. The entrance provides a gradual transition from the public area to the private domain, and the rooms are progressively lighter as you move upwards. The wooden staircase, which is placed on one side of the building and has a different appearance on each floor, connects the different floors with one another. The use of different formats for the windows and other elements, such as the two skylights on the top floor, results in the sum of diverse, highly sculptural areas in the house. It is a rigorously modern house that still radiates warmth.