New York, NY
2,200 Sq. Feet
Community Playground at Central Synagogue is an immersive play space featuring two play structures inspired by natural forms – one for children three and under, and one for older children. This play space includes gross motor activities for children with a wide range of abilities, as well as opportunities for creative and imaginative play. Children can draw on a chalk wall, compose with bells and other sound interactives, weave a web, shoot a hoop, and create designs on the magnet wall.
Installation consists of 6 sections:
- Tot Play Structure
- Climb-on Play Structure
- Sound Wall with bike storage coves
- Scribble Wall
- Magnet Wall with custom magnetic shapes
- Toy shed
Concept development and narrative statements, concept sketches, artist’s drawings, sketch models and final models, plans, elevations, construction drawings, fund raising assistance, fabrication and installation.
“They brought our vision to life, taking our original concept and transforming it into a beautiful, multifaceted play space that exceeded our wildest dreams!”Cindy Grebow
Early Childhood Director