Core77 Weekly Roundup (2-27-23 to 3-3-23)

This simple-seeming but highly efficient Bowl barbecue grill is German design and engineering at its finest.

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This alternative, all-in-one portable Edge Desk design attempts to offer improved function, but suffers a bit from resembling gym equipment.

Like tire manufacturers, Wilson has prototyped a 3D-printed non-pneumatic basketball that doesn’t need to be inflated.

Art of Play designed these Eames-inspired Starburst Playing Cards as an homage to the pioneering industrial design duo.

A company called Zellerfeld is offering machine-washable 3D-printed sneakers in a variety of designs. Scan your feet with an app, and the shoes are printed to fit precisely.

ArtBin’s parent company, Flambeau, is celebrating their 75th anniversary. We wondered which of their objects design students still use in this digital age, and looked at an obsolete ArtBin object that every ID student once carried.

Two companies have brought airbag-equipped pants for motorcyclists to market.

China-based Hangzhou Yunqiu Industrial Design Co. designed this soaking tub that folds, allowing even small-apartment dwellers to take a relaxing dip.

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Online retailer Temu supposedly sells tons of these wild, possibly fake sneaker designs for $9 to $36 a pair.

MG’s Advanced Design Studio created this Maze concept, an electric car inspired by the act and lifestyle of playing videogames.

This UX designer’s comprehensive visual and written history book on keyboards landed over $630K on Kickstarter.

How Wyrmwood’s fantastic modular gaming table is made: Thoughtful design for production, incredible automated woodworking machines, and every step of the process from wood sorting to final packaging all carefully thought out.

Formlabs is offering free samples of Grey Resin for SLA 3D printers. It’s a catch-all material with good detail and finish straight-off-the-printer.

This incredible Car Bubble protects your vehicle while letting you still see it. It’s a transparent, protective inflated bubble, powered by a fan and strong enough to repel objects.

One hanger to rule them all? These magnetic, modular Angie hangers, by Milan-based industrial designer Giulio Iacchetti, use a single form that can handle shirts, pants and skirts. They’re designed for retail, hospitality or domestic use.

Netherlands-based artist Posy explains how the VFDs (Vacuum Fluorescent Displays) that preceded LCDs and LEDs work.

This compact Lollipop ratcheting screwdriver, by Taiwan-based bicycle tool company 711L, is designed with a pop-out feature that adds more leverage.

Architect Michele De Lucchi’s Trespolone, Trespoletto, Trespolino furniture series was inspired by old-school adjustable wooden tripods.

The Pan Buddy is an unattractive, but effective-looking, heat-resistant contraption that makes lifting heavy pots and pans more ergonomic.

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