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The Dublin home that sparked an internet craze is no longer in its home of the week.

A photo posted by @geneva_london (@genevailondon) on Oct 3, 2018 at 1:59am PDT The Dublin-based company behind the home decor series, Geneva, has pulled the plug on the home-design and travel inspiration app that was launched in May 2017 and was a big hit on the Dublin street.

The app had over 2 million downloads and attracted thousands of users across the country.

The Irish Independent has been told that the company had a lot to answer for and was going to take it to court.

“The app’s creators have not been forthcoming with information to back up the claims that they made about the app and we are currently working with a lawyer to determine whether we should be allowed to pursue the matter,” Geneva said in a statement.

It’s a significant blow to the company which had built a reputation for building the perfect home for its users.

The Dublin native, who has been living in New York for the last decade, first started the online series in December 2016, and has since built more than 60 houses across the US.

However, after getting the feedback from the app’s loyal users, the Dublin-born designer decided to make the app more popular.

“My hope was that people would be able to find a similar experience, where they would have a bit more choice in the design of their house and be able enjoy the freedom of being able to design it in whatever style they wanted,” she told The Irish Post.

Geneva has since started work on a new app, and is planning to launch a new series of homes in the next few months. “

It is now clear that this was not the case.”

Geneva has since started work on a new app, and is planning to launch a new series of homes in the next few months.

A statement from the Dublin firm said that they have a very good relationship with the US authorities, and the Irish government.

“Geneva is a company that has been a long-standing and loyal customer to Ireland and has a good track record in Ireland,” the statement read.

We are disappointed that we cannot continue to deliver this content, but we remain committed to bringing this great app to the US market.”

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