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Bloomberg took a 91-story ride on an exterior hoist to film some see-it-to-believe it footage from 1,420 feet in the air with state-of-the-art virtual reality cameras loaned from Google.
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Beans & Rice showcases a house that features on Grand Designs NZ: ‘Modest bach’ at Waipu Cove at the bottom of Bream Bay in Northland, wows in modernist glass and steel.
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