'City in the Sky' 1:29

"City In the Sky" was originally developed by hrama, as part of a project called Megatropolis. London companies and artists to share their visions of the future as it pertained to city planning. This entry imagines a peaceful, elevated city without cars and heavily influenced by nature. 

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