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Pianodrome makes and exhibits seriously arresting sculptures from discarded pianos, which Wendy and I happened across in an entirely unexpected place recently: an abandoned former Debenhams.

If you worry—like we did—that this is a bit of a ‘waste’ of a serviceable instrument, then fear not. It turns out that they make the fixable pianos they find available for adoption, reasoning that ‘the best thing for an old piano is to find a new home.’

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