Sustainable and ever-so-gorgeous Camouflage House in Nagano Prefecture by Hiroshi Iguchi of Fifth World studio is a residence like no other: it was designed to accommodate an interior garden, with trees passing through open panels in its slanting glass roof. Following the spirit of Japanese minimalism, Iguchi used a combination of light and dark wood for the interiors to counter the massive glass-and-steel greenhouse structure to create a cozy, light-filled abode for its residents.

The two-level home is dotted with well-appropriated living spaces, with a rock garden at the lowest area of the slanted roof, a clever use of the atypical space.

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