The Membrane Bridge makes a nice, swaying climb or glide up and down. This trains children’s sense of balance and space, which help them navigate their surroundings securely.
The huge climbing net trains important motor skills such as proprioception, spatial awareness and cross-body coordination. These skills are fundamental for risk assessment when for instance judging and navigating traffic securely. All major muscle groups are trained thoroughly when the child climbs the big meshes, holding on tight.
The Outlook Bridge creates a thrilling destination: thanks to the transparency the feeling of height is unique. This trains the sense of space and invites children to overcome fears and gain self-confidence.
The bouncy membrane meeting points are interconnected with the nets and make the child feel its own and all their friends’ movements, adding to social-emotional skills such as considering others.
The Sturdy Drops make for an extremely appealing, swaying break. Sitting, hanging or leaning on the drop is a calming movement, which adds to a social understanding and gives a feeling of connectedness to other players as the movements of the climbers in the big cloud above are replicated into the drops.
The Rain Sound Maker adds an auditive element to climbing.
The Brachiosaurus is like an enormous play trail inside a huge climbing net.
The Outlook Bridge at the top appears to be a floating trekking walkway secured by safety netting on both sides. On the ends there are challenging and fun-filled access points with membranes that have climbing grips ... and of course the structure can also be accessed taking a shortcut directly climbing through the climbing net.
At ground level the structure is packed with play features. There are suspended membrane houses placed very close to the ground, liana ropes and Sturdy Drops to swing on.
A conceptual product from KOMPAN Design Studio is pure inspiration, but can serve as a starting point for your specific play landmark. Our skilled designers at KOMPAN Design Studio can take any idea or concept and create an architectural gem for you.
"Like stretching a double Corocord® Spacenet … first in one direction and then a little bit in the other direction. That is actually how we designed this structure..."
KOMPAN Design Studio
Concept Designers Team