New This Summer
STREAMS combines nature, sensory, social, interactive, and cognitive play in one aesthetically pleasing, functionally durable package. Best of all, children power the action. The product is totally mechanical, which means no electricity or batteries required. All that’s needed is a child’s desire to pump water and see what happens next as the water winds through troughs, basins, funnels, and weirs, water wheels, and scoops.
It’s the coolest way to cool off.Read More
In the tiny footprint of a corner lot, designers were asked to shoehorn in a dog park, some seating space and a play area for older children. The solution was to go vertical for play with a Wallholla. Rising to three stories, it has undulating ramps and handholds for climbing, jumping and sliding. A ladder-like set of slings hangs through all levels. Lee & Associates used the lateral Wallholla as a structural boundary to separate the pocket park’s two main areas.
Lee & Associates
Wallholla designed by Carve
Swampoodle Park, Washington D.C.
The Griff Slides of Erie: Fast, Curvy and Transformational
From a gleam in the eye of Erie developer Rick Griffith, to the completed project, the effort to bring three, 40-foot slides to an overgrown, unused hillside once used as dump for old bricks, garnered an astonishing amount of media coverage, not to mention support from the community, government and business.Read More Read All News