Pod Cribs: A perfect combo of danger, ugliness

Not only does this look like something out of some sort of tube-baby-growing dystopia, it's almost designed to make sure babies fall out of it.

Pod Cribs
Pods near the ground are supposed to be for the bigger babies so they can get out when they want to go play. The higher pods, tipped toward the ceiling a bit more for reduced chances of falling out, are for the smaller babies. Yanko Design

Hoo boy! This design for "Pod Cribs," spotted on Yanko Design, is as bad as it gets. Not only does it look like something out of some sort of tube-baby-growing dystopia, but it's almost designed to make sure babies fall out of it.

I mean, really. You design a crib that's open on one side? Do you know how babies work? And how often do people need an interconnected crib system that can hold eight babies outside of a maternity ward? Also, they are stupid looking. Back to the drawing board with you, Pod Cribs.

This story originally appeared on Gizmodo.

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