Hot House

and it’s immediately clear that more than a few of the most exciting new apartment designs are coming out of Spain. Of course, there’s no shortage of small abodes in the southern European country, where hot spots like Madrid are high-density metropolises in which apartment living has long been the norm. The capital’s metropolitan area alone is home to more than six million people, making it the third-largest city in the European Union. Residential renovations and refurbishments are popular and,

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