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adventure+ was engaged by City of Burnside Landscape Architect, Claire Bottrall to redevelop the playground at Bellyett Reserve in Wattle Valley, SA. Starting with some concept sketches, adventure+ was able to develop a natural and distinctive looking playground that is popular in the community and playground industry!
Wattle Park, SA
Client: City of Burnside
Eye catching rustic, natural play forts!
adventure+ developed initial pen sketches and turned them into a working piece of equipment, compliant with Australian Standards.
The unique design utilises the spectrum+ hybrid system, which combines steel and timber and was key to ensuring that the desired rustic, natural look was achieved, and that the playground blended in with the surrounding environment.
“They took my pen sketches on yellow trace and made them into a working piece of equipment compliant with the Australian Standard”Claire Bottral, Landscape Architect, City of Burnside
The use of irregular timber cladding provided the natural and rustic feel that was desired for this space. The landscape architect not only wanted to promote imaginative play, but also wanted children to explore the natural surrounding and get a connection to the environment. The use of timber plays a critical role in achieving this.
Read the full interview with Claire to discover the thought and methodology behind this creative space!