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Architects create an ideal city made from gingerbread

Architects have created their "ideal city" made entirely from gingerbread, complete with sugar cycle pathways and liquorice cable cars.

One of the designs was put together by a custom-built robotic arm.

Melissa Woolford, the Director of the Museum of Architecture, said the project "includes all the different types of buildings that you would normally see in a real city".

  • 08 Dec 2018
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