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Now celebrating its second year, Talking Architecture & Design is Australia’s first B2B architecture podcast that regularly talks about a range of issues that affect Australia’s architects, building designers and built environment professionals.Run by Australia’s most popular architecture magazine, Architecture & Design, the Talking Architecture & Design podcast gives a regular bite-sized dose of what is important and sometimes what is just plain old interesting to anyone and everyone in the business of building design.

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Now celebrating its second year, Talking Architecture & Design is Australia’s first B2B architecture podcast that regularly talks about a range of issues that affect Australia’s architects, building designers and built environment professionals.Run by Australia’s most popular architecture magazine, Architecture & Design, the Talking Architecture & Design podcast gives a regular bite-sized dose of what is important and sometimes what is just plain old interesting to anyone and everyone in the business of building design.

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Talking Architecture & Design

Latest release on Dec 16, 2019

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Now celebrating its second year, Talking Architecture & Design is Australia’s first B2B architecture podcast that regularly talks about a range of issues that affect Australia’s architects, building designers and built environment professionals.Run by Australia’s most popular architecture magazine, Architecture & Design, the Talking Architecture & Design podcast gives a regular bite-sized dose of what is important and sometimes what is just plain old interesting to anyone and everyone in the business of building design.

Rank #1: Episode #9: Talking residential design and improved sustainability with Paolo Bevilacqua

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In this edition of Talking Architecture and Design, we speak with Paolo Bevilacqua, general manager, Sustainability and Real Utilities at Frasers Property Australia, on the increased focus on sustainability among developers, residential solar installations, energy security, community microgrids and Fraser’s green power push.

Dec 16 2018

31mins

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Rank #2: Episode 30: Koos de Keijzer gives an insight into urban design, what architects should be designing and the future of urban planing

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Koos de Keijzer, founding partner and principal of DKO Architecture has both a passion in typology research and an ongoing commitment to architectural integrity, contemporary residential development and the inherent beauty of applying simple design principles.

He speaks with Talking Architecture & Design on what it takes to do great design in our ever-expanding urban environments.

Oct 17 2019

52mins

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Rank #3: Episode 31: Ros Moriarty talks about the increasing understanding and appreciation of Indigenous design

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Ros Moriarty is managing director and co-founder of both Balarinji and the Moriarty Foundation.

Moriarty, who is best known for the Balarinji-Qantas collection of art aircraft featuring Aboriginal designs, talks about why Indigenous design matters and how it is becoming more important for architects and designers alike to understand and appreciate the 65,000-year old culture from where it evolved. 

Oct 21 2019

39mins

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Rank #4: Episode 25: Robyn Lindsey, Geyer's innovation and thought leader talks retail & urban design, generational change & wellness

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Previously a partner of Geyer – a leading independent interior design practice – Robyn Lindsey has worked with some of Australia’s leading organisations, including Westpac Group at International Towers to develop human-centred experiences and environments. She holds an MBA focussing on innovative leadership and strategy for competitive advantage, which together with her creative design background, brings a unique approach to creating new business opportunities and future-focussed outcomes.

Sep 20 2019

25mins

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Rank #5: Episode 13: Nick Deeks from WT Partnership talks about the future of infrastructure

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We do need to have better infrastructure. Here the problem is we couldn't really refurbish and build upon what we had, we had to put more in.  Look at Asia –what Asia did was not build infrastructure based on how much they were going to recoup. In Singapore, you can travel into the CBD before 7.15 or 7.45 constantly.

They are not recouping capital expenditure through tickets; it's about moving people around because of the cost on business and the costs on the wider community by not getting there, says Nick Deeks from WT Partnership.


Mar 20 2019

45mins

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Rank #6: Episode 17: Russel Harris, Craig Brennan and Cecelia Wells explain the importance of windows, window design and window technology in a podcast brought to you by AWS

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GWA Technical Manager Russell Harris joins Azuma's Craig Brennan and Cecilia Wells, 
Senior Associate at architectural firm Jackson Teece to give their in-depth and interesting views on why windows and window design is so crucial to any home, not just for the aesthetics and moisture control, but also for the energy savings and overall sustainability rating. This podcast is crucial for anyone building or thinking of building a house or commercial structure where their facade integrity and carbon footprint is crucial.

Jun 25 2019

55mins

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Rank #7: Episode #5: Talking Architecture and Design talks to Ross Styles from Architectus

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Episode #5: Talking Architecture and Design talks to Ross Styles from Architectus by Architecture & Design

Aug 20 2018

40mins

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Rank #8: Episode 15: Koos de Keijzer, principal of DKO Architecture talks urbanism, good vs bad design and why architects are more than just 3D enablers

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Koos de Keijzer,  a founding partner and principal of DKO Architecture has built a highly regarded role as an urban designer and architect, with a particular expertise in residential developments. As principal of DKO, Koos de Keijzer is actively involved in all projects throughout Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. 

His passion and commitment to architectural integrity combines to deliver a strong emphasis on contemporary sustainable communities and is being adopted as benchmarks for contemporary residential development.

He talks frankly about what is good and bad design and what architects need to succeed.

May 28 2019

27mins

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Rank #9: Episode 16: Tone Wheeler talks women in sustainability, New York, urbanism, transport, safety and what's wrong with Canberra.

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A titan of Australia's built industry, Tone Wheeler talks Jane Jacobs, New York, urbanism, transport, safety, books women in the design field, ANU and even everything that is wrong with Canberra.

Jun 18 2019

1hr 2mins

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Rank #10: Episode 24: Greg Frid from Project Friday talks about ageing in place, urban design and house & land pricing

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We look at ageing strategies and ageing in place and how this affects our built environment and investment strategies with special guest Greg Frid of Project Friday.

Sep 08 2019

30mins

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Rank #11: Episode #4: Talking Architecture and Design speaks with Amanda Visser from The Star

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Amanda Visser is group manager – Sustainability at The Star Entertainment Group, speaks with about The Star Entertainment Group’s sustainability journey since 2013, their performance in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) Assessment in 2016, and the impact of their sustainability efforts on costs, efficiency, business growth and the community.

Aug 20 2018

18mins

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Rank #12: Episode 19: Talking Architecture & Design speaks with Kathlyn Loseby & former NSW government architect Peter Poulet

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 Australian Institute of Architects NSW Chapter president Kathlyn Loseby joins former NSW government architect Peter Poulet to speak with Talking Architecture & Design about design, heritage, technology and the gender imbalance in the built environment. 

Jul 12 2019

38mins

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Rank #13: Episode 20: Lisa Sorrentino, head of Development at City West Housing talks about the challenges of the affordable housing sector.

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Lisa Sorrentino is a highly skilled residential development executive with over 20 years of end to end development experience in urban renewal, mixed use, community housing, retirement living, and build to rent sectors within Australia and the United States.

She talks about the differences between affordable and social housing and delves into the challenges of her role and the place of affordable housing has in the rental housing mix.

Aug 02 2019

32mins

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Rank #14: Episode 26: Talking Architecture & Design talks with Dyson's Will Darvill & Associate Professor Sean Cain from Monash University

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In Episode 26 of Talking Architecture & Design, we talk innovation, design, disruption and of course what's the latest cool gadget from the super-innovative engineers at Dyson.

Featuring Dyson's Will Darvill & Associate Professor Sean Cain from Monash University, this podcast talks about light technology, circadian lighting, lighting as a recuperative solution and how we are on the cutting edge of a new revolution in new lighting design, lighting usage and the recent launch of Lightcycle, the latest in Dyson technology.

Sep 27 2019

26mins

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Rank #15: Episode 28: Talking Architecture & Design speaks with David Kaunitz on disaster architecture and urban design

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David Kaunitz co-founded Kaunitz Yeung Architecture with his wife Ka Wai Yeung following his return to Sydney after living seven years in the UK included, five as a director of a large practice running its London studio where he worked on some of the largest projects in Europe, including the Barnsley Interchange and The London Olympic Village for clients such as HSBC, Marks & Spencer and Lend Lease. His long association with the Pacific Islands, and the Solomon Islands in particular, and post disaster experience in South East Asia and the Pacific working for clients such as UNICEF, UNHCR and World Vision has allowed Kaunitz to develop both an outlook and style that is truly unique.  

Kaunitz speaks with Talking Architecture & Design about working in the UK, his time in the Solomon Islands and the importance of disaster architecture and what his experiences have taught him about designing better urban places

Oct 08 2019

20mins

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Episode 36: JMP's John McAslan & Troy Uleman talk about the Central Station redesign, urban planning and the process of design

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In a coup for Talking Architecture & Design, we finally get to speak with the indefatigable Scotsman John McAslan and well-known local architect Troy Uleman from JMP about a wide range of subjects including the Central Station rebuild, the changing work culture in architectural firms and why architects must have a specific procedure when they work. Fresh from Glasgow, McAslan, the 2009 World Architect of the Year shares his insights into what design could and should be and how he intends to apply his unique experiences and ideas to the redesign of Australia's oldest and largest urban railway precinct.

Dec 16 2019

44mins

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Episode 35: Tone Wheeler talks about designers, ecology, education, Bali and how Australia became a hotbed of sustainable design

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Architect and academic Tone Wheeler takes listeners on a historical journey through both time and space to explain how Australian designers taught themselves all about sustainable design, more often than not, the hard way.

A fascinating journey into the history of sustainable design in Australia - a country that is challenged both by distance and climate.

Nov 22 2019

42mins

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Episode 34: Talking Architecture & Design talks to Speckel software co-developer Darren O'Dea

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Software platform Speckel has been designed to guide users through an often-bewildering maze of ideas and requirements.  Co-developer Darren O'Dea talks about simple ways to create better opportunities for building design and construction teams to work together to improve outcomes for the built environment - all via the Speckel platform.

Nov 19 2019

42mins

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Episode 33: Amanda Stanaway from Woods Bagot talks about workplace design and the changing workplace

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With over 20 years of design experience working in Brisbane, London and Sydney, Amanda Stanaway has been building Woods Bagot‘s workplace portfolio for 12 years. In this episode of Talking Architecture and Design, Stanaway gets to flex her design knowledge across major projects which has helped her build a strong understanding of the ways that industry and design intertwine.

Stanaway brings an awareness of the commercial needs in an ever-changing world of work and workplaces.

Nov 12 2019

18mins

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Episode 32: Talking Architecture & Design speaks with PTW Architects director Diane Jones

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Director of PTW Architects Diane Jones is committed to evidence-based research and multi-disciplinary collaborations which inform her approach to advancing architecture as a practice and as a discipline intersection. 

She speaks about her extensive experience in heritage, justice, civic, integrated communities and therapeutic environment projects that are guided by the principle that architectural spaces and settings gain their meaning through the experiences of people and by a strong sense of responsibility to the wider community and environment.

Nov 04 2019

18mins

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Episode 31: Ros Moriarty talks about the increasing understanding and appreciation of Indigenous design

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Ros Moriarty is managing director and co-founder of both Balarinji and the Moriarty Foundation.

Moriarty, who is best known for the Balarinji-Qantas collection of art aircraft featuring Aboriginal designs, talks about why Indigenous design matters and how it is becoming more important for architects and designers alike to understand and appreciate the 65,000-year old culture from where it evolved. 

Oct 21 2019

39mins

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Episode 30: Koos de Keijzer gives an insight into urban design, what architects should be designing and the future of urban planing

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Koos de Keijzer, founding partner and principal of DKO Architecture has both a passion in typology research and an ongoing commitment to architectural integrity, contemporary residential development and the inherent beauty of applying simple design principles.

He speaks with Talking Architecture & Design on what it takes to do great design in our ever-expanding urban environments.

Oct 17 2019

52mins

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Episode 29: Talking Architecture & Design speaks with Jodie Taylor, International Towers' head of Marketing & Stakeholder Engagement

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During FRONT 2019, we sat down with International Towers' head of Marketing & Stakeholder Engagement, Jodie Taylor, to talk about, corporate design, her Indigenous heritage and how the Big End of Town is learning to embrace and promote Australia’s rich and deep Indigenous heritage.

Oct 14 2019

23mins

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Episode 28: Talking Architecture & Design speaks with David Kaunitz on disaster architecture and urban design

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David Kaunitz co-founded Kaunitz Yeung Architecture with his wife Ka Wai Yeung following his return to Sydney after living seven years in the UK included, five as a director of a large practice running its London studio where he worked on some of the largest projects in Europe, including the Barnsley Interchange and The London Olympic Village for clients such as HSBC, Marks & Spencer and Lend Lease. His long association with the Pacific Islands, and the Solomon Islands in particular, and post disaster experience in South East Asia and the Pacific working for clients such as UNICEF, UNHCR and World Vision has allowed Kaunitz to develop both an outlook and style that is truly unique.  

Kaunitz speaks with Talking Architecture & Design about working in the UK, his time in the Solomon Islands and the importance of disaster architecture and what his experiences have taught him about designing better urban places

Oct 08 2019

20mins

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Episode 27: Talking Architecture & Design talks with Simone Oliver from Architectus about the future of workplace design

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“The nature of work has radically changed,” says Simone Oliver, national sector leader – interior architecture at Architectus and Ambassador to FRONT.design 2019. “The rise of technology, automation, globalisation” – these are the big-picture forces driving change. On the ground, we see it play out through rapidly growing markets like the gig economy and co-working. Influenced by a clashing of typologies in which seemingly disparate markets like social media, education and hospitality bring new depth to what was a clearly delineated field of reference.

Simone Oliver outlines the defining design influences in workplace design of our time and the role the architecture profession plays within that.

Oct 02 2019

25mins

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Episode 26: Talking Architecture & Design talks with Dyson's Will Darvill & Associate Professor Sean Cain from Monash University

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In Episode 26 of Talking Architecture & Design, we talk innovation, design, disruption and of course what's the latest cool gadget from the super-innovative engineers at Dyson.

Featuring Dyson's Will Darvill & Associate Professor Sean Cain from Monash University, this podcast talks about light technology, circadian lighting, lighting as a recuperative solution and how we are on the cutting edge of a new revolution in new lighting design, lighting usage and the recent launch of Lightcycle, the latest in Dyson technology.

Sep 27 2019

26mins

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Episode 25: Robyn Lindsey, Geyer's innovation and thought leader talks retail & urban design, generational change & wellness

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Previously a partner of Geyer – a leading independent interior design practice – Robyn Lindsey has worked with some of Australia’s leading organisations, including Westpac Group at International Towers to develop human-centred experiences and environments. She holds an MBA focussing on innovative leadership and strategy for competitive advantage, which together with her creative design background, brings a unique approach to creating new business opportunities and future-focussed outcomes.

Sep 20 2019

25mins

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Episode 24: Greg Frid from Project Friday talks about ageing in place, urban design and house & land pricing

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We look at ageing strategies and ageing in place and how this affects our built environment and investment strategies with special guest Greg Frid of Project Friday.

Sep 08 2019

30mins

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Episode 23: Brett Robinson from ACRE and the continuing evolution of landscape architecture

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We delve into the wonderful world of landscape architecture and talk about the evolution of landscape architecture and why it matters to the overall design balance of sustainable spaces with Brett Robinson from Acre.

Sep 02 2019

35mins

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Episode 22: Reade Dixon and Vicki Karavasil from architecture firm Elenberg Fraser explain the issues behind biophilic design.

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Two highly-regarded architects – Reade Dixon and Vicki Karavasil from architecture firm Elenberg Fraser delve into the amazing world of biophilic design - what is it, what it isn’t and why it matters to the overall design balance of our public and urban and hopefully, also sustainable spaces.

Aug 28 2019

31mins

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Episode 21: Jo Gillies, architect, designer and survivor talks about male and female design and the role of architecture in redemption

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As an architect Jo Gillies  has been a mainstay at Collaroy for over 20 years, but in 2013 the business further expanded in vision, director and staff, to be re-born as Archisoul Architects in Manly.

She speaks with Talking Architecture and Design about how design, both in its raw as well as in its finished forms has the power to both transform and redeem. 

She is a survivor of childhood abuse and shares her journey and her thoughts on life, form, nature, redemption, gender-based design and the transformative powers of very small African insects.


Aug 21 2019

36mins

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Episode 20: Lisa Sorrentino, head of Development at City West Housing talks about the challenges of the affordable housing sector.

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Lisa Sorrentino is a highly skilled residential development executive with over 20 years of end to end development experience in urban renewal, mixed use, community housing, retirement living, and build to rent sectors within Australia and the United States.

She talks about the differences between affordable and social housing and delves into the challenges of her role and the place of affordable housing has in the rental housing mix.

Aug 02 2019

32mins

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Episode 19: Talking Architecture & Design speaks with Kathlyn Loseby & former NSW government architect Peter Poulet

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 Australian Institute of Architects NSW Chapter president Kathlyn Loseby joins former NSW government architect Peter Poulet to speak with Talking Architecture & Design about design, heritage, technology and the gender imbalance in the built environment. 

Jul 12 2019

38mins

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Episode 18: Adam Hetherington from BVN is Australia’s foremost expert on the dRofus software platform and talks exclusively with Talking Architecture & Design.

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Adam Hetherington from BVN is Australia’s foremost expert on the dRofus software platform, a unique planning, data management and BIM collaboration tool that provides workflow support and access to building information throughout the building lifecycle. Unlike any other planning tool in the market, dRofus was developed directly on behalf of public building owners. Capturing client requirements (EIR), validating design solutions (BIM) against client requirements, management of public standards and equipment planning are core features in the software.

Adam explains why this software is the next big thing for the design sector.

Jul 10 2019

35mins

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Episode 17: Russel Harris, Craig Brennan and Cecelia Wells explain the importance of windows, window design and window technology in a podcast brought to you by AWS

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GWA Technical Manager Russell Harris joins Azuma's Craig Brennan and Cecilia Wells, 
Senior Associate at architectural firm Jackson Teece to give their in-depth and interesting views on why windows and window design is so crucial to any home, not just for the aesthetics and moisture control, but also for the energy savings and overall sustainability rating. This podcast is crucial for anyone building or thinking of building a house or commercial structure where their facade integrity and carbon footprint is crucial.

Jun 25 2019

55mins

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