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This is how Ikea thinks we'll live in the future

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What our future homes will look like
Just by observing all the couples fighting in the aisles of their stores for decades, Ikea has learned plenty about our innermost desires and fears. Now the furniture giant is turning its attention to the homes of the future, visiting 22,000 people across 22 countries to better understand what everyday living looks like in today’s world. What they found: Our fundamental notions of home and family are experiencing a transformation.
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