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Sky mirror
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FACTS

The Sky Mirror was made in Finland from polished stainless steel.

It sits on top of a black granite water feature.

The mirror was officially unveiled on April 27th 2001.

The Sky Mirror was lottery funded.

It cost approximately £900,000 to make.

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Weighing around ten tonnes and standing six metres tall the Sky Mirror is the centrepiece of the Djanogly Playground, designed by award-winning local architect Julian Marsh.

The brainchild of Anish Kapoor is meant to reflect the ever changing environment from season to season, day to night.

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