A few weeks ago, the Diy house in the city of Baku, Azerbaijan, was the centrepiece of a renovation project by the city’s architectural firm.
It’s the only house in Baku where the architect’s logo appears in the ground floor.
A renovation of the kitchen has been completed, and the owner has also put up a new mural in the kitchen.
“The mural in our kitchen, we have a lot of people who are from the neighbourhood, and they are all from different ethnic backgrounds.
It gives a lot more space for people to see each other,” said Ertugrul Aghagyan, who runs the project.
He added that the project also includes the addition of a private garden.
The house was once owned by Armenian-Baku Armenian businessman and political activist Azad Azadiyev, who was assassinated in 2007.
It was rebuilt by Azad’s widow, and now houses a small, well-stocked kitchen.
It will be torn down to make way for a new development.
“We will also renovate the bathrooms and the living room, and also the dining room.
We will also put a new toilet, and a new washing machine, and I hope to get it up to the standards of the city,” Aghigyan said.
He said the project has been a long-term dream of the Aghagarans family, but that the work is just beginning.
“I believe that the renovation will take some time,” he said.
“As far as I know, we’re not even half finished.”