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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.

Read more here: Doubling Down on the Wallholla: Swampoodle Park by Lee & Associates Earns Several Design Awards


Landscape Architect

Lee & Associates

Playground Equipment

Wallholla designed by Carve


Swampoodle Park, Washington D.C.