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Play is not a four letter word

Author: Greg Harrison

Play is at the center of everything we do here at Playworld. It’s incorporated into our thoughts, decisions, actions, and creations. We’re constantly making changes.

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Four trends for parks & playgrounds in 2017… and beyond

As the new year approaches, you’ll undoubtedly see many lists of projected 2017 trends, from colors and clothing to cars and technology.

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Modular Design – Lessons Learned

As the oldest design festival of its kind in the country, DesignPhiladelphia highlights the work of thousands of local designers, architects and creative professionals to demonstrate Philadelphia’s reemergence as a 21st century city shaped by thoughtful design, collaborative business practices and community engagement. On October 13 as part of DesignPhiladelphia, Architect Richard Dattner, FAIA, presented “Modular Design – Lessons Learned” at the Center for… Read More >

How to Make an Existing Playground Inclusive on a Budget

Since the introduction of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), many of us have been aware of the need for more accessible public spaces. While many individuals understand the need for accessibility in hospitals, restaurants and other public areas, it’s important to keep in mind that children’s spaces are also covered by the ADA, meaning these locations need to be made accessible so they… Read More >

Did you meet us in St. Louis?

The Playworld staff is settling back in after several days at the 2016 National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Annual Conference in St. Louis. They were among thousands of park and recreation professionals who participated in networking activities and education sessions and got up-close looks at the latest products. Visitors to Playworld’s booth had the opportunity to climb Branch Out™ and saw some of… Read More >