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Available in three different sizes, the DNA Towers range consists of graceful towers containing three-dimensional climbing nets stretched inside external steel skeletons. A careful combination of curved and straight metal …
This combination of DNA Tower.03 and DNA Tower.04 features two additional components: Banisters and Sliding Pole. A tunnel suspended three metres above the ground connects the two climbing net towers. …
Greensboro Children’s Museum
In October 2016, the Greensboro Children’s Museum in North Carolina launched its “Reaching Greater Heights” capital campaign to help fund the museum’s expansion efforts. The first phase of this expansion included …
Wondergarden im Bobbejaanland, Belgien
Playpoints & The Cube L
South Park, San Francisco
Lüders Park’N’Play in Kopenhagen
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Rope Play Takes Inclusive Play to a New Level
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Wallard Playground in Perth, Australia
When the Wellard playground opened in Perth, a state-of-the-art adventure playground was created which raises the bar for playground design in western Australia. It is located in the so-called Village …
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Central Festival Ville, Bangkok, Thailand
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Geoparc de Percé – a special kind of an indoor playground
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Woodville – The new wooden play equipment by Berliner Seilfabrik
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Reaching unimaginable heights with the Quadro Boo
Discover the comfortable way of swinging with the Cup Swing, which invites you to relax after climbing and romping
Just because the Cat Tail.03 is the shortest in its class, doesn’t mean it’s short on fun. Don’t be mistaken. Sometimes big surprises come in small packages!
The Cherry.140, with a climbing height of 1,40 m is more of a challenge and therefore teaches older kids good body control.