no one wins - multibasket backboard by llobet & pons no one wins - multibasket backboard by llobet & pons
nov 10, 2013

no one wins - multibasket backboard by llobet & pons

no one wins – multibasket backboard by llobet & pons
photo by nakazawa-san, setouchi triennale

 

 

 

everyone is a victor with the ‘no one wins – multibasket’ backboard. the permanent installation that debuted at the 2013 setouchi triennale, is a whimsical backboard concept by berlin- and barcelona-based studio llbot & pons where local teshima island residents can shoot more than just a couple of hoops. hosting six nets, all positioned at various heights, players must use their own imagination to make-up new rules for the classic court sport.

 

 


unlike a typical game of basket-ball, there are multiple hoops on one backboard
photo by nakazawa-san, setouchi triennale

 

 


the installation invites residents to come up with their own rules for the sport
photo by nakazawa-san, setouchi triennale

 

 


multiple players can shoot hoops simultaneously
photo by nakazawa-san, setouchi triennale

 

 


photo by nakazawa-san, setouchi triennale

 

 


detail of the ‘no one wins – multibasket’
photo by nakazawa-san, setouchi triennale

  • Just put up some light and make the neighbors even more happy!

    Jim

    JimCan says:
  • ahhh another great design that lets people think they are good, instead of design that actually makes people better

    keep up the hipster work

    Justin says:
  • Definitely trampoline basketball.
    (I can’t play against the 7 foot giants anymore.

    mackenzie collins says:
  • Now you need a three car garage.

    nelsondreyes architect says:
  • This Is Great…
    Any age. Any Size.
    Not Childish – Child Like.
    It would be fun to Play Here.
    I might even get one in the baskets.

    Dan says:

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