GIANT POD PLAYGROUND ENCOURAGES CHILDREN TO PLAY IN FORREST

This epic "pod playground" designed by Taylor Cullity Lethlean was inspired by the forests of rare and endangered trees on its property in Australia.

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With his goal me to inspire children through creativity, make believe, and social play, he looked to the shapes and specimens from the nearby forest, giant acorn shaped hideouts and cones on the ground, children can travel though the elevated tubes that connect the playground together.

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The incredible grand scale of the acorn play sparks free spirted and imaginative play in children who inside the acorn structures, kids will find a nature inspired tings to play with including thunder sound panels, wind chimes, kaleidoscopes, ladders, rope tunnels, twisty slides, climbing walls, poles to slide down and portholes to peer out of.

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