The question isn't whether this system would be natural or artificial--it'd work either way.
At the center of this solar system is a binary of yellow dwarves, each one rated F5 (120% the diameter, 130% the mass and 150% the luminosity of our sun). Orbiting this binary are six co-orbitals of other binary systems, each one a G2 (our sun) orbited by a K0 star (85% the width, 78% the mass and only 40% the luminosity of our sun). Each co-orbital is separated by 60 degrees of space, which in this case would be multiple, if not tens of, AUs between each binary in the co-orbit. And each co-orbital binary has its own habitable zone.
Would such a solar system be overall stable in the long run?