This Customized Playscapes System Transforms Lots into Playgrounds

 - Jan 17, 2018
References: playscapes & dezeen
Two architects from Jordan have designed the 'Playscapes system,' a re-adjustable group of "street furniture" that can transform spaces into playgrounds. It was originally devised to be used in Sarah Abdul Majid and Sandra Hiari's hometown in Amman. With the vision to transform towns, refugee camps and other environments where public spaces or public parks are limited, they crafted the Playscapes system. Constructed from a collection of simple wooden boxes, the pieces are able to come together to become equipment, sandboxes, seats and serve other functions as well. Assembling the system is relatively simple, due to the lack of tools required to build the playgrounds.

Bringing life into empty lots, the Playscapes system is intended to create places of gathering.