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Designing Iconic Homes with Award Winning Architect Chad Oppenheim

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This week, we're joined by Chad Oppenheim, founder of Oppenheim Architecture, who tells us that grit is what you need to be successful in your career, speaks to us about his book Lair which shows that movie villains always have the coolest homes, and warns that renovating your house could lead to a divorce!

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