In the Netherlands, the term "hoeve" stands for a group of farmhouses arranged around a courtyard. Villa Vught gives the traditional farmstead typology a contemporary translation. The home is made up of a cluster of dark bronze volumes situated in the countryside. Its two lower structures are modeled after the classic gabled barn silhouette and feature aluminum cladding and corrugated iron roofs. The main living areas are housed in one while a studio for classes and workshops occupies the other. A sunken corridor connects the residential unit to the taller form, containing bedrooms and a roof terrace overlooking the agrarian scenery. Lined in European silver fir, the interiors offer a warm, minimalist retreat filled with natural light and views of the Dutch landscape.