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On March 11th 2019, a few things happened that were clearly not coincidence, and clearly most likely done to most efficiently promote the actions and/or intentions of: ICON of Austin, Texas; housing non-governmental organisation and charity New Story of San Francisco, California; and self-proclaimed “integrated design and branding firm” Fuseproject, also of San Francisco, California. (ICON describes itself as a “construction technologies company dedicated to revolutionizing homebuilding and making dignified housing the standard for people throughout the world.”):

ICON further promoted the Vulcan II by announcing on the same day:

Between March 11th and the unveiling of the plans for the neighbourhood on May 9th, the project was refined to mainly have the community accommodate farmers and palm weavers.

3D Rapid Print would also like to draw to the reader’s attention some inaccuracies in the coverage of the events of May 9th discovered in the making of July 12th’s blog post:

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Disclaimer: Featured image of “Defense houses under construction – NARA – 280728” is in the public domain in the United States because it is a work prepared by an officer or employee of the United States Government as part of that person’s official duties under the terms of Title 17, Chapter 1, Section 105 of the US Code.