While a bike might not be designed for sharing, the system behind city bikes does!
Two on a tandem requires both to co-operate in order to have a smooth journey.
Is a car designed for sharing? Why are people willing to share their cars with strangers?
The Chinese believe that siting around a circular table will keep family and friends together harmoniously. In the middle of the table sits a spinning plate, which allows easier sharing of food. During the meal, everyone is considerate and looks out for each other, making sure that they are not causing inconvenience to another person around the table.
Public bath in the Asian culture brings people together for the most basic reason – bath.
A television could be designed for both an individual and a group. It encourages people to gather around a common interest.
People have enjoyed forms of communal living throughout history. What opportunities does cohabitation offer us? Besides being more sustainable by requiring us to own less, shared amenities allow us to socialise and remain connected to other people.
The usual way to slice a cake is to divide it into equal portions, so that everyone gets a fair share.
A siren or alarm is a form of shared information designed to attract attention in an emergency.
A bench intentionally brings people together. Do the ones sitting feel like they are sharing a bench or did they only really want a seat?
Were the stackable crayons designed to encourage fun sharing among children?
A radio station is a platform that allows its audience to share to their stories and emotions — allowing us to empathise with fellow listeners.