Children's Playgrounds

Architects: waa
Photographs: Fangfang Tian
Project: Children’s Community Centre The Playscape
Client: Beijing NuanQin
Location: Beijing, China

Our internal short code in layers for these objects is "pg" (play ground). What makes these areas remarkable?

First, it’s important to note that in the last 4−5 years, there has been a significant leap in the quality approach to designing children’s play areas, making them interesting for both children and adults to explore.

According to residential construction design regulations, it’s necessary to include children’s playgrounds in the residential complex area. Over time, it has become clear that investing in this infrastructure can provide a substantial competitive advantage. At the very least. And at most, it can highlight the architecture and make the space both functional and aesthetically pleasing.

A note on the project: while everyone is making loft housing and offices out of former factories, the Chinese are transforming them into spaces for their children. China, what can you say?)
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