Where a clog factory once stood on the edge of a small town in Brabant, new buildings were built around 2020. The site now offers space for homes and two office buildings, including this example with house numbers 12-16. Although the two office buildings have clear similarities, they also differ in many respects. For example, an attempt is made to get the best out of standardized construction while the buildings still acquire their own identity. This dark office building is also slightly larger with "3 by 5 windows" where the light brown office building has "3 by 4 windows".
The entrance, surrounded by a prefab concrete frame that also serves as a shelter, is located on the long side of the building and is placed asymmetrically. The office is made of a dark masonry brick, and it is striking how much effort has gone into getting as many details as possible, such as the colors of the window frames, window sills and roof trim in a similar shade. It has also been a clear design choice to let the brickwork at the roof continue slightly so that it is easier to hide air conditioning and other installations on the roof from view from the street. Details such as the “randomly placed” concrete bay windows make the seemingly simple building interesting to look at.