Landsberger Allee

Both a communal garden as well as a play- ground in the shape of a highly diverse climbing garden were created as part of the redevelopment of the exterior area of an eleven-storey housing complex in Berlin. The 335 m2 large playground entails a six-metre-high rope play house as well as threedimensional playground equipment (Jupiter), whose external frame resembles that of an octahedron. In this way, the playground equipment can safely be climbed up to a height of almost 7 m, since the free fall height is measured along the external edge and is still under 3 m. Based on the modular system of the Berliner Seilfabrik, the two high playing constructions could be connected with numerous different low rope elements, thereby forming a closed climbing landscape of 60 m to play on!


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