These Japanese homes were designed to encourage neighbor interaction

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According to (This article and its images were originally posted on Curbed – All November 15, 2018 at 10:36AM.)

In most major cities, interacting with your neighbors is equal parts chance and choice. Maybe you’ll pass them from time to time in the hallway, but for the most part, city living is a highly-secluded endeavor if you want it to be.

That’s not the case at this new development in Mihama, Japan, which is built to encourage interaction between residents. The architects at Studio Velocity designed the building with ten detached units that straddle the line between apartment and house.

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