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  • Australians bring the outdoors into the home
  • Australians bring the outdoors into the home
    Alex Proimos (2012) ©
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Australians bring the outdoors into the home

Urbanisation is hitting one of the most spacious places on Earth – Australia. Known for its sunny weather and famous beaches, the land down under is also home to more than 24 million inhabitants who are now adapting their freedom-loving lifestyle to new types of living spaces.

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