IKEA Is Researching The Future Of Communal Living

IKEA Is Researching The Future Of Communal Living
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SPACE10 is planning shared living concepts for the year 2030

Emma Hutchings
  • 15 november 2017

IKEA’s future-living lab SPACE10 is researching different modes of shared living and just released a survey to gather opinions from the public. Earth’s population is predicted to swell to 1.2 billion by 2030 so the group is interested in what communal living will look like by that time and how it might change society.

Co-living is seen as a potential solution to increasing urbanization, loneliness and high costs of living. SPACE10’s research project, ONE SHARED HOUSE 2030 with New York-based duo Anton & Irene, aims to discover what forms of shared living people believe would be suited to them.

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IKEA’s future-living lab SPACE10 is researching different modes of shared living and just released a survey to gather opinions from the public. Earth’s population is predicted to swell to 1.2 billion by 2030 so the group is interested in what communal living will look like by that time and how it might change society.

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