Domain Magazine – Taking Advantage of Local Knowledge

‘Architects who live and work in our regional centres know the lay of the land and the way the wind blows’.

‘Geelong, Wollongong and Newcastle were once considered the gritty neighbours of their respective capital city. This assumption has faded as their attractive coastal environments and unique geographical elements reveal themselves’.

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