Engaged in playground design: Dutch group, Carve, combines a group of individuals with varied design backgrounds. See Blogroll for a link.

Carve were included in a compilation post of playground designers’ work on Decanted on 23 April 2014 / Text has been taken from the Carve site /

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Carve and Omgeving (design). ‘An adventurous play-scape and landmark on a ‘terril’ in Beringen, Belgium.All integrated playelements in both the pole forest and the prismatic playsurface have one thing in common: they challenge children physically, to play together and use their motor skills.’ /

Oosterpark play garland: ‘The playobject, a raised walk-climb-slide-bridge, is situated in the north-west corner of the Amsterdam citypark, in front of a children’s daycare. The Oosterpark is currently [Feb. 2016] being renovated and will double in size, a transformation that is designed by landscape architects Sant en Co, with whom Carve also worked on other occasions. The play garland, which subtly changes its colour, plays an important role in re-activating the city park. Soon we will post the full story behind the play garland!’ /

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‘The ‘Wall-holla’ is a multifunctional, modular play structure that we originally designed as part of a schoolyard. It was integrated in a sports court, solving a space and budget problem by combining sports, play equipment and safety surfacing into one object. Because of this, more than 60 children can play simultaneously, even though it is a very compact space. The vertical structure unites several functions which appeal to various age groups including lounging spaces, sliding, a crawl-through maze and climbing wall. Wall-Holla’s built have been built all over the world’

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