Glauer Felder Playground for All Barrier-free and inclusive children's playground at the nature park centre

View of the playground with climbing net and spider © 2015 Philip Winkelmeier

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Frontal view of the spider © 2015 Philip Winkelmeier

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View of the climbing net and climbing/swing combination with mulch fall protection © 2015 Philip Winkelmeier

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View through the climbing net to the spider © 2015 Philip Winkelmeier

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View of the playground with climbing net and spider © 2015 Philip Winkelmeier

Frontal view of the spider © 2015 Philip Winkelmeier

View of the climbing net and climbing/swing combination with mulch fall protection © 2015 Philip Winkelmeier

View through the climbing net to the spider © 2015 Philip Winkelmeier

The Nuthe - Nieplitz Nature Park is characterised by characteristic landscape structures, which also include the Glauer Tal game reserve. This extensive nature park landscape on a former military site is to be thematized in the open space around the NaturParkZentrum as an interactive "open space exhibition" and made experiencable for the general public.

In addition to the individual environmental education stations, the barrier-free "Playground for All" forms an important component to experience the nature park with all senses. Both the spider and the seesaw can be reached barrier-free. In addition, coloured accents provide easier orientation for the visually impaired.

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Planning offices

hochC landscape architects PartGmbB
Berlin

Employees
Claus Herrmann, Franz Reschke

Further planners involved
Entwicklung und Bau von Spielgerät
Gisbert Baarmann Holzgestaltung

Project period
2013 - 2015

Size
ca. 750 m2

Construction amount
ca. 280.000,- €

Client
Bauherr: Landschaftsförderverein Nuthe-Nieplitz

Address

14959 Trebin

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Project type
Parks and green spaces
Playgrounds, e.g. at childcare centers and schools