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Described as a Panopticon, this sculpture commands spectacular views above Burnley from Crown Point. It creates an eerie, unearthly music as the wind whistles through the steel tubes. This strange sound increases at sunrise when the wind becomes more intense. It is one of the few sculptures to have won a Royal Institute of British Architects award. The Singing Ringing Tree was designed by Tonkin Liu Architects http://www.tonkinliu.co.uk.