The 'Undefined Playground' Can be Used for Different Ball Games

By: Misel Saban - May 15, 2016
References: bus-architecture & designboom
The 'Undefined Playground' designed by B.U.S Architecture provides children in Seoul with a jungle gym that can be constantly reconfigured to suit playing different ball games. The design of the pavilion allows for flexibility and a fostering of imagination, as children come up with their own games to play. The jungle gym is designed to provide a play area for children of all ages and social backgrounds, requiring no extra equipment to use or skill. Each of the games the playground's structure fosters can easily be learned.

The design of the 'Undefined Playground' is entirely flexible, allowing the users of the space to customize the layout to suit the games they want to play. The framed structure has foldable elements to create a space to play basketball, tennis, soccer and even newly invented games. The grounds also comes with an equipment rental, to foster a space of inclusion.

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