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Every industry has been affected by COVID-19 in one way or another. And while the fallout has mostly been negative, one niche business that has experienced a positive impact is that of virtual staging.
When the residential building La Pedrera was constructed on a prominent corner of Passeig de Gracia in Barcelona, it was immediately ridiculed by critics. Today it attracts thousands of people a year.
Homewise says consumers will be offered the best three mortgage options from more than 30 banks and other lenders, including credit unions, monoline lenders and private lenders.
If he hadn’t found work as a successful author, Victor Hugo might have carved out a career for himself as an interior designer.
The typical Neolithic homes were made from organic materials, so they didn’t survive over the centuries – and as a result no one knows for certain what they looked like.
The newest tourist attraction in Ukraine’s capitol Kyiv is the secret home of the country’s former president, Viktor Yanukovych.
Zalissya is located just south of the Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant and within the 30-km exclusion zone. I am curious to see where people once lived and what has become of their homes.
Chile's palafitos – houses built on stilts along the waterfront – are an eye-catching sight, whether at high tide when the colourful wooden houses are reflected in the water, or at low tide.
Casa Batlló was designed by Antoni Gaudí, of La Sagrada Familia fame, and is considered one of his masterpieces. UNESCO named it a World Heritage Site.
Canadian cities such as Vancouver and Toronto are not alone in experiencing a crisis in affordable housing. It’s an issue that is explored in a new documentary, PUSH, by award-winning Swedish director Fredrik Gertten.