Child Play - A Play Structure for a Public Park

Child Play - A Play Structure for a Public Park

Designing for kids is not an easy task. The design process is undertaken by adults, with children being the end-users and therefore, it is a huge responsibility to deliver high-quality designs.

Brief: The challenge of the competition is to design a play structure for children that can be installed in a public park.

Parks and playgrounds are hubs of social activity, especially for kids. Hence it is essential that these play areas are inclusive, accessible, and stimulating. The installation will foster a sense of community by creating a piece of equipment for the shared public land.
The design should ensure that the artificial landscape created is safe while giving the kids a chance to explore, learn and grow. The visual impact must be exemplary with standout features.

The aim is to create a structure that is inventive and would challenge the kids without any singularly functioning elements. The structure design must establish a connection or harmony with the natural surrounding it is placed in.

  • Title

    Child Play - A Play Structure for a Public Park
  • Type

    Competition Announcement (Ideas)
  • Website

  • Organizers

    EGIS
  • Registration Deadline

    December 14, 2021 03:00 PM
  • Submission Deadline

    December 13, 2021 03:00 PM
  • Price

    40 USD

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Cite: "Child Play - A Play Structure for a Public Park" 17 Oct 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/970305/child-play-a-play-structure-for-a-public-park> ISSN 0719-8884

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