Count Ferraris has a map made of the Netherlands. Some 15 kilometres to the west
of Brussels, in the heart of what is now called ‘the land of Pajot’, a little
farmhouse is planted in the village centre of Sint-Martens-Lennik.
The little farmhouse grows to become a farmstead, consisting of a residential
house, a few stables and a barn, this way gradually acquiring its current look.
Jos and Herlinde Leyssens buy the neglected farm and patch up the residential
house to move in with their three daughters.
While the residential house is converted into an architectural office, the old
barn is tackled and transformed into a brand new event hall.