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Objects for the Sharing Economy
In collaboration with Frank Kolkman

Objects for the Sharing Economy is a speculative design proposal that offers a new product typology aimed at a more inclusive approach to sharing. By mounting two-faced domestic appliances directly into the facades of homes, they could be accessed by others from the outside at times when they would be underutilized either for a fee or for free. Embedded Internet of things technology omits the need for platforms, meaning owners have control over their own conditions for sharing. A facade as a solution for or an articulation of precariousness.

Credit:

Project development: Frank Kolkman

Photography: Juuke Schoorl

Objects for a Cashless Society
Objects for a Cashless Society
Objects for a Cashless Society
Objects for a Cashless Society