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Type: Journal article
Title: The Piano Mill: In remote rural Australia, a living culture builds on the musical bones of the past
Author: Russell-Clarke, J.
Citation: Foreground, 2018; (December 7)
Publisher: Foreground, published in partnership with Australian Institute of Landscape Architects
Issue Date: 2018
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Jo Russell-Clarke
Abstract: A musical instrument at the scale of a building, made from the carcasses of 16 outback pianos, the Piano Mill has beaten a slew of big name, big budget projects to take home a World Architecture Festival Award. What is it about this folly in a forest that has drawn such global admiration?
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