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Dear Home Building Enthusiast,

Happy New Year to all of our readers.

It’s a new year, a new decade and, although it’s slightly lacking in imagination, most people seem content to refer to the coming years as the Roaring 20s.

But unlike its namesake 100 years ago, this decade is likely to roar for different reasons.

In this latest newsletter, we look at the trends that look set to dominate this year and those to follow, from energy efficiency to home automation, global influence on our building style and the best way to use that small space that’s leaving a gap in your home.

Happy reading!


Anna Hayes | Editor - Build | www.build.com.au
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