The “Wallholla” playground, designed by the Dutch company, Carve, continues to gain popularity since it was first designed in 2005. The original Wallholla developed when the city council of Purmerend, in the Netherlands, invited Carve to design a new schoolyard area. Among the long list of requirements were climbing and play activities to accommodate 60 children at a time and a large soccer field.
This vertical urban play structure combines several functions including different types of play and climbing opportunities as well as a fence for a basketball court or a goal for the soccer field. From this basic modular design developed three standard sizes and many component options such as slides, climbing walls, sliding poles and climbing nets and ropes.
With the multi-activity and space-saving attributes the Wallholla is ideal for urban environments that don’t have the space for the large footprint of traditional playground equipment.
The brightly colored ribbon-like platforms stand out as if they are floating between the muted posts and wire mesh walls. The whimsical design of the Wallholla lends itself to enhancing the architectural landscape of any city-scape.
Goric manufactures the Wallholla, under license, in the United States. The American version of the Wallholla complies to the American and Canadian playground safety standards and is sold throughout North America.
There are three “standard” sizes which can be modified to fit your project space requirements.
CATALOG NUMBER: N/A
AGE: 5 Years Plus
USE ZONE: 6' around the structure (per ASTM)
FALL HEIGHT: Depends on the structure design
SIZE: Standard lengths are: 28', 40' and 56' x 4' x 16' h, custom sizes available