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Superbowl Project / Supermachine Studio

The Superbow Project, designed by Supermachine Studio, is a proposal for a sustainable city of its own. Using Nakornsawan, Thailand as a location to
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Vanessa Alberts • 2 years ago

Superbowl Project (2), Thailand "Water City". AMAZING

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