The municipality of Sint-Martens-Latem in East Flanders / Belgium is a very special one: located near Gent, it is considered the origin of Flemish expressionism and also called the “artistic village”. Over the course of time, a lot of painters, sculptors and other artists chose this place to settle down. Not at all surprising, that is, since this small town with its roughly 8,400 inhabitants situated on the river Leie captivates the artistic imagination with its pristine landscape, dominated by open woodland and wide meadows. The one-family homes and villas in the municipality harmoniously blend in with the natural setting. Right there, the Belgian entrepreneur L.S., with the help of architect Ms. Sandra Schepers, made his dreams come true and built a secluded home with a sense of style amidst Flemish woodland.