Jungle Ecology Playground Equipment
Climbing slopes, tree houses, etc., and supporting outdoor scene construction

The treehouse toys, incorporating Anji play philosophy, are suitable for children in the middle and upper classes. The toy spaces are strategically distributed, with sand and water pools, Hobbit huts, climbing slopes, balance training, and other facilities that combine fun and practicality. The project is primarily themed around jungle ecology, seamlessly blending natural elements like wooden houses, streams, and sand and water pools to create a space with a natural and rustic atmosphere. It also incorporates the local terrain and characteristic tree species, with roads built where there are mountains and bridges erected where there is water. This not only enriches the institution's facade hierarchy but also ignites children's curiosity and leads them to explore and strengthen their bodies. The theme toys and scenes can be organically integrated with the institution's culture and curriculum system, promoting the effective implementation of multidimensional and diversified outdoor activity programs.
 

This is a playground hidden in the forest, waiting for children to come and explore. The open sand and water area is a breeding ground for creativity. Under the children's hands, the sand is piled into fortresses, and they use their tiny hands to build walls and boardwalks. With shovels, they dig out a small river. Here, they can unleash their imagination, creating their own unique fortresses.

Project Name
Jungle Ecology Playground Equipment
Project Type
Playground Equipment Design
Design Team
Xi Yuan Dream Factory