The documentary film portrays the story of three special houses that are still inhabited by their original clients : the house van den Nieuwenhuyzen in Vosselaar (1966) by the Vanhout - Schellekens office , Leo Pleysier house in Rijkevorsel (1971 and 1976) by Paul Neefs and house Van Rompay in Beerse (1972) by Lou Jansen. The clients opted for a contemporary architecture at a time when many houses on the allotments were built very traditionally and often with 'key on the door'.
The residents and architects Lou Jansen and Paul Schellekens testify how these houses were created and are still being experienced. Authentic documents, tours and computer images show the strength of their architecture, their habitability and their domesticity.
Architect Paul Schellekens and family Nieuwenhuyzen about their home and Leon Pleysier evaluates after 37 years his home by Paul Neefs. (21min. 40)