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On a steep hill in Fukuoka, Japan, we see two different housing structures facing different angles. Developed by Hiroyuki Arima of Urban Fourth, the property was split into eight different zones containing 8008 plants in the vicinity (hence leading to the name.) Precise calculations allow natural light to flood the rooms, creating a beautiful interior. Those views overlooking the ocean from a higher ground also can’t be that bad. Find out more via designboom.

Words by Denise Taw
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