Twelve rowhouses are divided over 4 building blocks (STEP 1). The ridge line is pulled upwards transversely to the façade in order to optimize the free height and daylight access on the first floor (STEP 2). The front and back façade is alternately retracted, thereby emphasizing the identity of each dwelling (STEP 3). The cornice of the building extensions is capped (STEP 4). The façade is complemented by a portico, as well as a walled terrace (STEP 5). The result is a diversified row of individualized houses by strategically chosen façade manipulations.