22. April 2014

Aim­ing high with Green­ville

Quot­ing a fam­ous online encyc­lo­pe­dia, we have giv­en a new thought to the Tree­house-idea. „Even today, tree houses are built by indi­gen­ous people of South Amer­ica, Africa, Asia and in West Pap­ua (New Guinea) (…) in order to escape the dangers and adversit­ies on the ground.“ Although a Ber­liner Seil­fab­rik play­ground is not as dan­ger­ous as the real jungle, chil­dren can ima­gine the excit­ing games that may arise on our tree houses. The on curved posts stand­ing Trii play­houses can be eas­ily con­nec­ted to each oth­er via rope bridges or tun­nels to form a whole tree house set­tle­ment.

The climb suc­ceeds through a vari­ety of climb­ing oppor­tun­it­ies made of van­dal-proof Ber­lin ropes with steel core. At the top count­less win­dows and niches invite chil­dren to wave and look out. The skew pan­els of the walls look like wood, but are more dur­able and envir­on­ment­ally friendly, as they are, botan­ic­ally, a bam­boo grass. Down you come with our slide mod­els. But beware: Down­stairs it could be dan­ger­ous!

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