At Songdo in South Korea, similarly, there are no rubbish trucks or bins in the street: all household waste is sucked into a vast underground network of tunnels and dispatched to waste-treatment centres where it is sorted and deodorised. Only one problem: its called King Abdullah Economic City. It features a branch of the Louvre , due to open this year, and before will also see a Guggenheim museum — designed, like the one in Bilbao, by Frank Gehry — and a Performing Arts Centre by Zaha Hadid. Of course it is: most masterplans are. Topics Cities Resilient cities. Does the world really need another state-of-the-art golf course?
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