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Secret Operation 610 by RAAAF & Studio Frank Havermans

Published May 14, 2014

Part art installation, part mobile research space, “Secret Operation 610” is a project by Rietveld Landscape and Studio Frank Havermans.

“The general aesthetic of the sculptural object resembles something from a science fiction movie. However, it is a functional work that serves as a research station.

One of the groups occupying the space is Cleanera: Technical University (TU) Delft Aerospace Engineering students who are developing the ‘no noise, no carbon, just fly’ technologies for the future of flight.”

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