• Wikipedia on Louis Herman De Koninck
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Herman_De_Koninck

    In 2014 a group of students at the ULB did an academic study on House Lenglet
    http://micmarc.ulb.ac.be/wp-content/uploads/HAAR-B-5085-2013-2014-Lenglet-par-De-Koninck-1926.pdf

    Princeton University and the Historic Avant-Garde Periodicals Digital Research digitized the 1927 periodical on House Lenglet​
    http://bluemountain.princeton.edu/bluemtn/cgi-bin/bluemtn?a=d&d=bmtnaac192702-01.2.3.8&e=——-en-20–1–txt-IN—–

    As part of an orthophotographic experiment, the Lenglet house was photographed using photogrammetric techniques using shooting methods with spherical and extended fields
    https://translate.google.be/translate?hl=en&sl=fr&u=http://www.alicelab.be/projects/Releve_orthophotographique_du_salon_de_la_Maison_Lenglet_de_L__H__de_Koninck/265/&prev=search

    House Lenglet was part of the Biennale of Modernism in October 2014
    http://bbma.be/
    LH De Koninck joined the CIAM in 1929, just after its creation.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Congr%C3%A8s_International_d%27Architecture_Moderne

    Archives and publications on Belgian architecture can be found at Archives d’Architecture Modernes (AAM)
    http://aam.be/en/library/

    House Lenglet is part of the organization Iconic Houses
    http://www.iconichouses.org/

    LH De Koninck was professor at “La Cambre”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Cambre