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2 Million People Helped Design this Home

Success is indeed a group effort

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When building our dream home, we usually ask help from friends and family members aside from consulting with a design professional. But what if you got inputs from two million different people—each with a preferred design, aesthetic, and style?

Hemnet.se, a Swedish housing website, collected user preferences from 20 percent of Sweden's population in order to build the Hemnet House or the “House of Clicks." Using the gathered information and details, architectural firm Tham & Videgård started to build and design a house that would appeal to all people.

The finished project features a red outdoor façade, four rooms, and a cozy outdoor deck. Watch the video below and take a peek inside this very special and unique home:

Source and photos: Gizmag.

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