Grand Designs Australia

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It takes a good dose of courage to leave behind lucrative careers in a leading global metropolis, and an enormous surge of wanderlust to move to the other side of the world in search of a new home. Canadian architect Norman Richards and engineer-turned-building-designer Fiona Richards have that adventurous combination in spades. “We were sitting outdoors in a pub on the Thames in London when we made the decision to take a trip to Australia to buy a property where we’d raise our family,” recalls Fiona, an Aussie who’d been

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