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Also from RMP Stephan Lenzen Landscape Architects is this thoughtful concatenation of play with garden and architecture in a pavilion – Read the rest…

Virginia Melnyk has also proposed a ‘Rainbow of Ropes’ to convert unused vacant lots to community hang-outs: “In a city, – Read the rest…

The restructuring of Singapore’s massive Bishan Park in 2012 included several dedicated play spaces, each nice in their own way: – Read the rest…

Hans Ohler’s “white tube” sculpture isn’t the only great play feature in the Guldberg town square of Sjællandsgade in the Nørrebro – Read the rest…

A temporary swing installation with a completely different aesthetic is Swing it! by Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan of supergrouplondon. The – Read the rest…

Finally, finally—scientific breakthroughs sorted and lectures delivered—a day for playgrounds. We’ve got some catching up to do. First up is – Read the rest…

The Empire strikes back with the starship worthy ‘Mobiversum’ by architecture firm J. Mayer H. They’ve used their characteristic thick – Read the rest…

Continuing the trend for swing installations, the work of Höweler + Yoon Architecture on the lawn at D Street in Boston – Read the rest…

Things I’d like to see on the playground…in my ongoing quest to inspire more use of reflective and chromatic surfaces–optically – Read the rest…

The rise of the suburban shopping mall seems to have doomed the department store rooftop playground in the United States – Read the rest…

I’m always impressed at Basurama’s ability to maximize both the play AND design possibilities of ordinary materials…their construction of cable – Read the rest…

I’ve featured some cardboard tube constructions on the blog before, but none as delightful as this cardboard elephant dubbed “Somnis de Pes” (Dreams of Weight) and formed from 6000 recycled cardboard tubes by Spanish design studio Nituniyo for the annual Falles festival in Valencia. Most of the festival constructions–destined to be burned at festival end—are cordoned off from adults and children alike, but this one was for play, and for inserting wishes into the elephant’s round ‘pixels’. I wish I saw more temporary play installations! Ephemeral opportunities make people see space in a new way, and draw them in for a ‘time-limited’ happening when they might not otherwise visit. They are an important part of the ‘spectrum of play’: enlivening public space with playful opportunities from small to large, path to destination, temporary to permanent. cómo se hizo somnis de pes from nituniyo on Vimeo.  

For the last year, installations of playful art at the Lawn on D have been killing it. The digitally lyrical Swing – Read the rest…

This may be the most unusual playground theme ever…a giant climbable aardvark, wearing a golden party hat, constructed to celebrate – Read the rest…

“Within humanitarian responses, programmatically, children often become invisible” (Marc Sommers). Sadly, this is true of many of society’s responses, not – Read the rest…

If you haven’t been keeping up with our Playscapes correspondents lately, take some time out to do so! Eloise, Playscapes – Read the rest…

Aaaand I’m back from the land of voting agreements and dilution formulas to the happier place of playgrounds…thanks for waiting! – Read the rest…

See another temporary play installation by LIKEArchitects: they continue their motif of everyday objects as modular construction elements in their – Read the rest…

Environmental artist Adam Kuby was part of the design team for Portland’s Westmoreland Nature Play Area, and he has also – Read the rest…

An installation at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia turned the sedate act of drawing into active, physical – Read the rest…

I’ve talked before on the blog about how a risky narrative can be used to provide a ‘feeling’ of danger – Read the rest…

The world is getting a new Puckelboll pitch and you’re invited! Stockholm’s own playing-field-as-art-installation will be inaugurated on June 27 – Read the rest…

I’m loving the trend for playful libraries…this ‘roof as playscape’ is a more rustic (and less expensive) version of the – Read the rest…

I wanted to follow up on an element of Susan Solomon’s last post, the Barnetraak project of TYIN Tegnestue in – Read the rest…

“Swing” was a temporary installation by Portugese art and architecture collective Moradavaga. Swing installations are nothing new, but I like how – Read the rest…

Most outdoor water play installations are horizontal and require a lot of space. Petter Ljungberg‘s installation reminds of the possibilities – Read the rest…

“To walk the streets as if in a movie…where the city is the hero.” That was the goal of the – Read the rest…

Like a Wallholla without the wall, this linear playscape by JDS Architects traces a thin line down the “Wave’ of – Read the rest…

Three Hyper Island students (Caio Andrade, Rafael Ochoa, and Linn Livijn Wexell) dreamed up the idea of making “Not Available on the App Store” – Read the rest…

One of those delightful Gartenschau playgrounds is the “Lizard Country” constructed by ZimmerObst in Rathenow, Germany for one of the – Read the rest…

The ‘vertical public park’ designed by Al/Arch for the dense urban area of Bat-Yam Israel transformed one of those strange – Read the rest…

One of my favorite cardboard installations is also the simplest…the “Labirinto e Grande Pozzo” made from rolls of corrugated cardboard – Read the rest…

Basurama Brasil’s latest playful resurrection of recyclables is open for play at the Casa Daros Museum Rio, “for children under – Read the rest…

tres birds workshop was commissioned to design an innovative playscape for Vail with a dreamy brief: “Aside from safety standards – Read the rest…

“They were just there one Monday morning.” Defying the usual norms of consultation, artist Ronan McCrea “purposefully did not mediate – Read the rest…

Architecture’s top prize for 2016 has been awarded to Alejandro Aravena of Chile, executive director of Santiago-based ELEMENTAL, a “Do Tank,” – Read the rest…

According to Chilean architecture firm Elemental, Chile has struggled to advance its urban standards, particularly its public space provisions, along with – Read the rest…

More from Singapore…ships, like trains, can be overdone on the playground but the grand scale of this one, plus its – Read the rest…

Had a great conversation with a reporter from the Boston Globe yesterday and one of the things we talked about – Read the rest…

Those two words–adventure and artistry–capture the legacy of Tom and Spencer Luckey, too. The utterly unique, and very recognizable, Luckey – Read the rest…

The bouncy caves of Wales have been already been all over the internet, but I’ll post them here too, as – Read the rest…

And speaking of play-as-performance…Matt Reilly of the art performance/band Japanther “adds paint to the wheels of his board and skates – Read the rest…

This library slide is in a private home, the Panorama House by South Korean architect Moon Hoon, but it’s a – Read the rest…

I’ve posted a few photos of Cuban playgrounds before, and like other aspects of the island they are at once – Read the rest…

Excited that there is an opportunity to have one of Johan Strom‘s great puckelball pitches here in the USA! A – Read the rest…

Playable roofs–really just large inclined planes–continue to be a playable-architecture design trend. This one, covered in red safety surfacing, is – Read the rest…

I don’t feature that many indoor playspaces, but since we’ve started things off with the Mobiversum…on a much smaller scale, – Read the rest…

The international design firm HASSELL recently teamed up with non-profit Archikidz and Sydney Living Museums to create PLAY[ground], a three day destination – Read the rest…

The working title of the book I’m writing for Norton about the cultural history of the garden (if I can – Read the rest…

In thinking about creating a more flexible playground space, I’m inspired by this installation in Harayana, India by Romi Khosla design – Read the rest…

As if in answer to my plea of “why can’t playgrounds be more beautiful?” up springs a kaleidoscopic basketball court – Read the rest…

As part of a grand project revitalizing the interior of Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany, A24 Landschaft designed a “Netzvilla”; a house of nets – Read the rest…

Thanks to Luciana Mendonça for submitting the playscape at the Cultural Centre of the Bank of Brazil via the Playscapes submission feature! (see – Read the rest…

Paige’s Note: As I try to again ease back into posting after an intensive focus on my other life in – Read the rest…

An interesting aspect of new playground patronage systems are the playspaces designed by large corporations as part of the visitor – Read the rest…

I sometimes get mail criticizing the number of art installations I feature, as not being ‘true’ playgrounds. But these – Read the rest…

In 2013 KATOxVictoria was selected as 1 of 4 young Danish architecture offices tasked with realizing a Danish project that – Read the rest…

I’ve never been a fan of the “bouncy castle” genre of temporary play installations, so it’s exciting to see the – Read the rest…

4. Make swinging a rich experience. That’s really why so many people went to the Ann Hamilton Event of a – Read the rest…

Paige’s Note: In this month’s ‘After the Deadline’ column play historian and author Susan Solomon continues her investigation of ‘playground – Read the rest…

Variations of the traditional gridded playground climber are springing up everywhere…this is the Mountain Gym by Makoto Tanijiri as constructed – Read the rest…

Far more elaborate designs at ArtPlay in Melbourne, Australia, where “Each year, first-semester students in the Department of Architecture at – Read the rest…

‘Bloom‘ is an interactive urban play structure commissioned for the London Olympic and Paraolympic games in 2012, in their signature – Read the rest…

I’m just back from a three-city barnstorming trip to the East Coast; many thanks to all those who participated in – Read the rest…

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