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World’s First Non-Rectangular Soccer Fields Activate Asymmetrical Spaces

Turning disused spaces in Bangkok into odd-shaped soccer (or: football) fields, this project provides much-needed places to play in dense cities where conventional lots are hard to find. It also serves as a potential model for creatively rethinking leftover urban land more broadly. Developed in partnership with the Khlong Toei community, The Unusual Football Field project …
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