Core77 Weekly Roundup (7-1-24 to 7-5-24)

Here’s what we looked at this week:

The Nike x Hyperice Vest offers on-body climate control for athletes.

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The Windsible is a desktop wind tunnel for toy cars.

Ronan Bouroullec’s humble Maasto Dining Chair is made of pine and pine plywood.

Teaser for a beautiful Ross Lovegrove design for a flexing robot arm.

Meadow’s Daisy Top aluminum refill packaging system avoids plastic and uses existing production and recycling lines.

Transportation designer Andrea Mocellin designed the Revolve, a wheelchair that folds to fit in an airplane’s overhead bin.

Industrial design case study: Eskild Hansen Design Studio designed this beautiful deflectometer, a device that evaluates road surfaces.

The C9 is an under-desk trolley with extra functionality.

Steve Rosewell, an engineer at Australian modelmaking firm Studio Kite, designed this brilliant Cadzilla. It’s a 3D printer that can produce prints nearly 12′ tall.

This Accordion Paper Cup concept adds extra functionality to coffee cup sleeves.

Nuna’s flexible Demi Next stroller offers multiple configurations.

Design classic: No one smokes cigarettes anymore, but Arne Jacobsen’s Cylinda ashtray, designed in the 1950s or ’60s, is still in production.

Enjoying the view vs. maintaining privacy: The Open House, by architect Robert Konieczny, features privacy fencing that appears at the push of a button.

Pyro Drones: Fireworks on drones, by Texas-based Sky Elements.

Industrial design case study: Bluemap Design tackles a shower curtain alternative.

Source: core77

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