The Natural Playscape is not a run of the mill playground. It is a play area constructed using natural materials such as boulders, earth mounds & water features avoiding plastics, metals, concrete, lumber, or signs explaining how to play. Children that roll down hills, scramble up rocks, dam up water, or hide in grass experience natural play. This type of play frees the child’s imagination to limitless learning opportunities.
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Deep valleys, a bridge and a giant slide are elements of the Carve-designed Zorlu Playground in Istanbul. Click image for link to full profile and visit the slowottawa.ca boards >> http://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa
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Think more about signage. Don't just throw the graphic on top, integrate it in the materials.
Hilgard Garden, a garden staged in San Francisco Located in Berkeley Hills, San Francisco, Hilgard Garden is a Japanese-inspired garden consists of a deck ipe, linked to the house, a small white granite terrace, a pool of water and a hill bearing made of concrete and planted with small maple trees and ground cover plants.