Ikea’s research lab asked people what they want from coliving. It’s the opposite of what many coliving startups are offering.

To find out, Ikea’s research lab, Space10, launched an interactive website and survey called One Shared House 2030 in November of 2017.

Now, the results are in. More than 7,000 people from 147 countries answered the survey. As it turns out, people really don’t want to share bathrooms–or bedrooms for that matter–but are fine with sharing kitchens, workspaces, gardens, and the internet. People were most open to living with childless couples and single women.

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