Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Nefertiti Building, built in 1950 by Arch. Faget Figari. With an area of 504 m², clean lines, large spaces and 4-meter ceilings. high, Slavic Oak parquet, three magnificent sarrancolin Versailles marble stoves with bronze ornamentation and French windows with gold-plated frames. Boiserie made by Maison Jansen Paris. Originally restored in 2006. With a social area of 300 m². Huge social area that includes a large entrance hall, stripper, and social toilet. Large dining room, living room and library with wood stoves. It has five bedrooms and four bathrooms, kitchen. Individual central heating. Garage for two cars.
It’s not every country that is described as “modest yet bold, liberal and fun-loving,” but that determination by the Economist Magazine was behind the publication’s naming Uruguay “Country of the Year” in 2013.Show More