FARO developed together with Heren5 the winning plan ‘‘Biesland’’, that now, ten years later is completed. In Biesland, all architects worked according to the agreements in the design guidelines and the plan was developed by a single developer. This resulted in a harmonic balance between unity and diversity. All houses have the same 53 degrees roof pitch and all roof tiles and brick are from the same family in material and color. The result is an informal and relaxed living environment where all homes have different architectural nuances and have different positions on their lots. A clear transition from lot to public space is important for the sustainability of an urban plan. In Biesland all lots are different, which meant we had to perform micro-urban planning per lot, defining exactly how the house is put on the lot, how big the front yard would be, the height of the roof that would fit best, which direction the roof points, the location of the garage and the car and which lot-separations should be applied.