Netherlands landscaping firm creates colorful playgrounds divided into age groups

Photos: Sustainable Cities CollectivePhotos: Sustainable Cities Collective


It’s Friday the 13th, so hopefully today hasn’t been really strange. I’ve been looking forward to today, because I wanted to share unusual landscape designs with you.

Today’s are from Carve Landscape Architecture in the Netherlands. Carve’s designers are inspired by hills, valleys and mountains. They specialize in parks and playgrounds that are designed to be divided into age groups.

They build colorful and unusual obstacles, walls and slides there and also in Turkey and in Singapore. Their design in Istanbul is the largest in the city.



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