Crochet “sculpture forest” created by Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam at the Hakone Open-Air Museum in Japan. It includes several sculptures for children to play on. This photo shows “Woods of Net,” made in Make Space Newcastle
Ecole Maternelle Pajol, a four-classroom kindergarten on Rue Pajol in Paris’s arrondissement, looked to Palatre and Leclere Architect firm to turn this building into a colorful education environment . and we think it's simply amazing!
DIY Turn PVC pipes into a playground musical instrument. I wish this had the instructions with it, but I might be able to figure it out. This might even work as a service learning project for the playground
Field of Light was an installation at the Eden Project in Cornwall, England by lighting designer Bruce Munro. The installation was comprised of acrylic stems with fibre optic cables that represent light flowers or seeds that "blossom" at night.
Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich created this illusion of people walking underwater called The Swimming Pool, for The Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan. It's a piece of glass with water on top of it, and empty space on the bottom.
Australia’s most awarded and urban design firm, Taylor Cullity Lethlean (TCL) has set a new benchmark for themed play spaces internationally with their design of Australia’s National Arboretum Playground which opened to the public on 22 June.
Net Installation consists of multiple layers of flexible nets suspended in the air, creating a floating landscape open for visitors to climb in and explore. By Numen. I want one in my house! Must buils huge two storey ceilings for just open space haha
Tezuka Architects brings fantasies to life with its Woods of Net playground in Hakone, Japan. Japanese net artist Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam knitted this rainbow nest by hand for children to crawl, jump, and roll around in.