We all love IKEA – the reasonably-priced, aesthetically-pleasing, and plentiful-meatball Swedish shopping heaven. But they do more than just building chairs and tables for us. IKEA actually has an external living lab called SPACE10 that has been designing a lot of futuristic ideas. It’s hard to find a place to live in all big cities around the world, that’s why IKEA and SPACE10 are teaming up for One Shared House 2030, a co-living concept putting a roof above everyone.
The Concept of One Shared House 2030
Can you imagine almost 70% of the global population will be stuffed inside cities by 2030? Therefore, IKEA and the SPACE10 lab has conjured this new way of shared living spaces for the city in the best quality possible.
How Can You Be A Part of One Shared House 2030
One Shared House 2030 has a website where you can input what household goods and services you want to share in a co-living space. All your opinions will be contributed to a database to help SPACE10 and Anton & Irene to understand what is needed for the future.
The website is like a simulation of a sign-up for co-living space in 2030. All the data will be free for anyone to use afterward as a research concept. Therefore, this collaborative concept may serve as a backbone for the future. Anyone who wants to realize building the perfect co-living space in the future can use the data!
One Shared House 2030 may just be a fun conceptual project, but it also reminds all of us that we are in the future together. If we want a better future, we need opinions and voices to reach a consensus. Don’t hesitate, take your part in this wonderful project by IKEA, SPACE10, and Anton & Irene today at http://onesharedhouse2030.com/ !
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