Sweden’s ‘dream home’ crowdsourced from 200 million web searches

If you adore box-like, red houses with an open kitchen and around 1,200 square feet of space, guess what! You’re an average Swede, apparently. Real estate site Hemnet and architects Tham & Videgård came up with the design by crowdsourcing user preferences for size, number of rooms and floors, using 200 million clicks on 86,000 properties. “The result is partly a mathematical translation of the statistical 1.5 floors within a cubic volume,” according to the team. The home makes the open kitchen the focal point of the house, highlighting its social importance to Swedes.

via Sweden’s ‘dream home’ crowdsourced from 200 million web searches.

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