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James Pallister looks at two interactive works by architects with a musical bent

[THIS WEEK] Anyone with 26,000 Euros to spare and a taste for eccentric musical instruments would do well to give Part 2 Bartlett and Bath graduate and CZWG staffer Mark Nixon a call

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