a large, angular, irregularly shaped backboard sits on two poles to make space for six basketball hoops, staggered at different heights

Artist team Llobet-Pons Jasmina Llobet and Luis Fernandez Pons created this installation they call No One Wins: a basketball board with hoops at multiple heights. This is one of those charmingly accidental universal designs—suited for players with all kinds of bodies and skill sets.

Multiple balls fly into various hoops here.

It's permanently installed in Teshima, Japan. Via designboom and on the Llobet-Pons web site.

A whole crowd of players shoots hoops simultaneously.