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Architects in London have traded in the usual concrete and wood for biscuits and dough in order to create The Gingerbread City - a futuristic city made of edible treats.

The annual exhibition, which was unveiled on Thursday and put together by the Museum of Architecture, showcases a final project by architects, designers and engineers who were asked to create a sustainable and inclusive city of the future.

This year's city had the theme of "transport" and featured high-rise buildings, apartments, office blocks, a university, stadium, cinema, tram station, urban farm, park and ferry terminal.

Some of the named structures include: "Battersea Sugar Power Station", "Gingerbread Modern" and "Sugarset House", taking inspiration from iconic London structures, ie: Battersea Power Station, Tate Modern and Somerset House.

The exhibition opens to the public on Saturday and runs until January 5, 2020.

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