An article exploring the disappearance of the Swedish ‘tvÃ¤ttstuga’ (communal laundry). It’s historically common in Swedish apartment blocks to have a shared laundry, usually in the basement. Recently however more and more househoulds have their own washing machine, a bad sign for the sharing economy.
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