I’ve been invited into buildings (and also houses) and asked the owner if they’d be willing to show the interior of the building.
I have an interest in architecture in general. Much of the mechanism work I’ve done relies on understanding what a property can do re: scale, capacity & resource planning.
Probably because I know what I like and have acquired it, I know – and live – the concept of having enough.
I’m not curious about what other people have. I don’t have a “need” (want) to know.
I don’t even walk by ‘nosy’. I respect privacy & expect the same in return.
In most cases, I rarely notice unless something strikes me as beautiful, evoking a compliment shared with an understandably proud owner.
If I think of it, I might let someone know something that contributes to their building &/or household. I’ve gained a substantial amount of knowledge in various fields, yet have no problem saying ‘I don’t know’ when I don’t.
I share such on occasion mostly with true friends & a few others; who are appreciative of a thoughtful comment because we practice caring about each other’s whole well being. They know I want them to thrive. (What they do with that information is theirs to decide.)
I don’t understand the curiosity about other people’s lifestyles, belongings, looks, stuff, etc.
Live and let live. Be happy with what you have. If you don’t like it, change it. Simple.