A leftover plot on the edge of a Vinex-area in Apeldoorn forms the site for 50 dwellings. The original urban plan suggests a Cloister garden enclosed by dwellings.Due to the changing market situation a different housing typology was chosen. The 52 dwellings consist of 32 semidetached houses, 10 detached houses and 10 single row houses according to meet the diversity of market demands. The original urban plan was modified, whereby the basis of the design is an enclosed common garden. Despite the big differences in housing typologies there is a strong coherence. A unity is formed, composed of a big diversity, where every dwelling has its own maximum spatial qualities. Cars are kept out of the site a much as possible, to use the maximum inner area for the gardens. This produces a physical and visual relationship between every dwelling and the inner area. Every house is situated differently on an extremely deep plot. This results in a random arrangement where relationship between backyard, house and front garden gets a different infill on each plot.