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A proposal called 'Missing presumed found', involving black books left across Glasgow for residents to fill in, has won The Lighthouse/GLAS student architecture competition, Pigeon Hole City. The project - from backers who wanted to remain anonymous - clinched a £250 prize and support for further development.

A further 50 black books are to be created and sent to capital cities across the world.

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