Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut has developed plans for a city of futuristic ocean buildings made from 3D printed plastic waste which extend 1 000 metres below the water s surface Described by Callebaut as an oceanscraper printed in 3D from the seventh continent s garbage Aequorea is a fictional water city off the coast of Rio de Janeiro It draws its name from a type of bioluminescent jellyfish called aequorea victoria Source

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Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut has developed plans for a city of futuristic ocean buildings made from 3D-printed plastic waste which extend 1,000 metres below the water's surface. Described by Callebaut as "an oceanscraper printed in 3D from the seventh continent's garbage," Aequorea is a fictional water city off the coast of Rio de Janeiro. It draws its name from a type of bioluminescent jellyfish called aequorea victoria.

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Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut has developed plans for a city of futuristic ocean buildings made from 3D-printed plastic waste which extend 1,000 metres below the water's surface. Described by Callebaut as "an oceanscraper printed in 3D from the seventh continent's garbage," Aequorea is a fictional water city off the coast of Rio de Janeiro. It draws its name from a type of bioluminescent jellyfish called aequorea victoria. Source: http://goo.gl/f713MY #RoyaleTouche #ModernInteriors #ModernDecor #InnovationinDecor

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