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November 30, 2020 10 min
L'esperienza del lockdown ha cambiato il nostro modo di interpretare gli spazi abitativi: addio ai monolocali e grande spazio a trilocali e quadrilocali, con terrazze e giardini e con spazi verdi condominiali. L’esigenza di una casa più grande è talmente sentita che le persone sarebbero disposte a trasferirsi in zone più periferiche per soddisfarla. In questo episodio approfondiamo la nuova concezione di casa degli italiani nella chiacchierata di Giuliano Balestrieri insieme a Giuseppe Pizzuti, Head of Living di BNP Paribas Real Estate Advisory Italy, e Francesca Zirnstein, Direttore Generale di Scenari Immobiliari... nel tempo di un caffè!
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