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EVERYTHING’S IN A NAME

How do I get out of bed in the morning?” asks Matt Woods in to response what is possibly my biggest foot-in-mouth moment as a journalist to date. “Initially, I was thinking that I would fight the good fight from the inside to make the positive change. In a lot of the ways I’ve adapted my business, looking at things like recycled materials, low embodied energy and low embodied water content, while also investigating design construction. So how do we de-fit a project at the end of its life? How do we reuse elements? How do we repurpose old interiors and redistribute them

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