In the Municipality of Utrecht, the Centrum Muziek XXI by Architecten van Mourik is the head of a new uninterrupted housing wall along the Loevenhoutsedijk. It is part of the Hoogstaat aan de Vecht urban renewal plan, where "unity in diversity" is the urban development motto. It's deliberately located where houses may not be built due to noise from the adjacent water purification plant, and is tailored for small-scale music ensembles. The design starts by utilizing the maximum available volume, then shapes to let in light through the adjacent homes and gardens, resulting in a three-story volume with a 45 degree corner. For technical reasons, the music studios and the rehearsal room are separated, with two stacked triangular studios in the point of the building, and a long, high rehearsal room with a slanted roof bordering the garden of the adjacent house. Working on the idea of a "cultural shed," the two enclosed music buildings have been built from green plastic recycled planks, and the intermediate space is clad with four tints of green colored, reflective glass. In addition, monochrome colors unite the various spaces into a single building.