The Core77 team spends time combing through the news so you don't have to. Here's a weekly roundup of our favorite finds from the World Wide Web:
A great interview with Derek Jenkins, the VP of Design at Lucid Motors.
The backstory on two new NYC parks inspired by the city's history.
A short history of Italian furniture company Cassina, on the event of the company's 90th anniversary.
A 1977 concept van from AMC. Crazy styling. Rolling, with no engine. Put an electric motor in it, add some autonomous vehicle tech, and it looks like it is ready to be a robotic uber for 2019.
Cuban designers are skirting the U.S. embargo—here's how.
"Wim Wenders on his Polaroids – and why photography is now over".
A look into how Snap's Spectacles glasses were a complete and utter flop.
So that Snap Specs article basically says that they were a flop because not many were sold, and the ones that _were_ bought weren't used for long. That is indeed how they qualify as a flop but I was secretly hoping for a WHY.
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