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In Conversation

As this visually-striking house was gradually emerging from the ground in one of Sydney's sedate Lower North Shore suburbs, the builder grew tired of fielding questions and comments. “Is it a shed or a factory?” passersby would demand to know. But now that the metal-clad house is finished and climbers are beginning to clothe parts of the building, any identity confusion should be gone.

"We wanted the garden to be a softening element as there is a

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