Talented

Caracool Slides Children to Spiraling Wonderland

By: Alexandra Choli - Published: Jan 29, 2009 • References: behance.net and hitslot
Indulge your childrens’ imaginations and adventurous pursuits with a brilliant playground designed by Joel Escalona, Caracool. The joyful concept subtly incorporates a spacious slide energised by stripes of bright pink, blue, green or even black color. The shape resembles an ice-cream scoop serving, or a giant sea wave, and allows for smooth playing areas and hiding places - true eye-candy for the hyper-active juniors.

The vibrant sculptures are made out of glass fiber, or alternatively wood, and can be adopted in a variety of settings including private gardens, hotels or even in a park. A Greek interpretation of the name Caracool resembles “much too cool”, and so it seems to be; even I wouldn’t mind a test-slide on these curves.