Active living positively contributes to social cohesion, wellbeing and economic prosperity in cities. A successful playground’s primary goal is to have a positive impact on the lives of city residents, in terms of their physical, mental, and social well-being.
The design approach aims to creating parks and recreational facilities, including sports and kids’ playgrounds, that have diverse elements that can accommodate a different range of residents and users of all abilities, while creating a fun and enjoyable experience for all of them.
Our inclusive design provides a venue for social cohesion and encourages interaction of people from different social and cultural demographics.
THE SPORTS PLAYGROUND
The planning of the urban sports playground is proactive and considers how to best use available land, especially for major assets that play a key role in a variety of sectors, including recreation, health and wellness, community development, economic development, natural environment, education, and transportation. The well-designed sports playground contributesto a healthier, safer, and sustainable environment, while contributing, at the same time, to a better interactive community.
THE KIDS’ PLAYGROUND
When designing the urban playground for kids, our primary goal is to create a design that connects communities and displays the features and attractions of the local area. Creating an innovative theme and concept creates , in return, an exciting experience for kids, helping the playground become a place that kids will visit to play over and over again.
A visit to the playground is more than fun for kids, as it lets them exercise their bodies, brains, and social skills while giving them the chance to play for healthy development. Interactivity provides a variability in game scenarios, giving children opportunities for research, experiments and education, enabling them to develop their skills, to make their own decisions and to assess different situations.
A sandbox, a few small ponds, and music instruments help fulfil that need and contribute to the development of kids’ cognitive skills. Constructive play involves building things with materials and tools. This means the ability of stacking, assembling, disassembling, sorting or molding materials into creative shapes
Open space, parks and urban playgrounds contribute to successful placemaking, which plays a major role in achieving a sustainable community that seeks to maintain and improve its economic, environmental and social characteristics in order for its members to continue leading healthy, productive and enjoyable lives.