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Sanctuary Magazine

Sanctuary is an Australian magazine dedicated to sustainable house design. Sanctuary mission is to bring you the most beautiful, best designed sustainable houses in Australia, and to show you what can be done to make your house more sustainable.

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    Sustainable design shone at the 20th Victorian Building Design Awards.

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