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{on the market: stockholm, sweden}

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{on the market: stockholm, sweden}
{on the market: stockholm, sweden}

. . . there has been a warm and woodsy victorian in australia, a bright and modern apartment in sweden, and even a look at the differences between magazine and real estate photography for a townhouse in new york, but until now, there has never been such a perfect intermingling of the two . . . swedish real estate firm, fantastic frank, photographs homes for their listings in much the same way as interior design magazines; working with photographers who do not usually shoot houses, but work in fashion, art and architecture, they have developed a beautiful new photographic style that will forever change the way one thinks of real estate listings: for here, a light-filled home in östermalm, an upscale borough in stockholm, sweden, glittering with chandeliers and positively strewn with roses . . .

{on the market: stockholm, sweden}

{on the market: stockholm, sweden}

{on the market: stockholm, sweden}

{on the market: stockholm, sweden}

{on the market: stockholm, sweden}

{on the market: stockholm, sweden}

{on the market: stockholm, sweden}

{on the market: stockholm, sweden}

{on the market: stockholm, sweden}

{on the market: stockholm, sweden}

{on the market: stockholm, sweden}

{images: photography by anders lindén for fantastic frank via trendey story}