To get more projects in the Netherlands Dom Bellot cooperates with Dutch architects at his first buildings. He is new here after all, and together with Pierre Cuypers (grandson of the famous P.J.H. Cuypers, "Rijksmuseum Amsterdam") they built the church of Onze Lieve Vrouwe Onbevlekt Ontvangen. (Dutch for Imaculée Conception).
On some aspects this church is different from what we know of Bellot: The church is only three parts in length, Bellot uses often more parts, and the parabolic arch is also not available in this building... Here we see a half-circle arch, like in the capel for the Augustinians in Eindhoven, also in colaboration with this Cuypers. The sanctuary is constructed by Bellot: twelve sides, and is is said that this sanctuary is based on the plans for the never build church of the St. Pauls abbey at Oosterhout.
The pulpit is again made of brick. On the frontside of the church stands a sixteencornered tower, in front of a mediaeval looking wall. This tower is similar to the one of the church of the Sacred Hart at Eindhoven, only smaller.
In the original plans the sanctuary would have more use of colored brick. To lower the costs only a few colors of brick are used.
The church looks very huge, in spite of its small size. The stained-glass windows of the nave are designed by Bellot himself.