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Twelve adult playgrounds
5/8/2013

It is often the case that when watching the kids happily building their sandcastles, making caves from old blankets and boxes or setting a new record for who can get the highest on the swing, we find ourselves wishing we could be children again. And why not? Crawling into hanging birds’ nests, playing Native Americans in airy tipis and hiding in modern wooden constructions is fun at any age. Impossible, you say? See for yourself! But don’t forget the sunscreen.

don, 2010, material: synthetic resin fibers

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onneau”, Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret for Cassina, 1938/2012, material: aluminum

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d Nuyken von Oefele Architekten for Glas Marte, 2011, material: glass, steel

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which can be combined at will.

“D.E.M.”, Joachim Falser for Danese, 2010, material: pine wood

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“Walden”, Nils Holger Moormann. 2007, material: wood

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, Patricia Urquiola for Moroso, 2008, material: thermoplastic polymer

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José A. Gandía-Blasco for Gandía Blasco, 2010, material: aluminum, plastic

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hive”, Dirk Wynants for Extremis, 2007, material: aluminum, polyester

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>“Gartenpavillon”, Jürgen Stoppel and Nuyken von Oefele Architekten for Jodok, 2011, material: wood

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ior furniture, 2010, material: stainless steel, acrylic fibers

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Richard Frinier for Dedon, 2003, material: synthetic resin fibers

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