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Treehaus in New York City by Art Meadow
September 19th, 2012 by Sanjay Gangal
Article source: Matthew Hoffman
PLAY is the 21st century equivalent of what WORK was to the industrial age.
TREEHAUS is a breakthrough playspace that rethinks one of the most iconic and universal childhood activities – the tree house – by creating a 3-dimensional, immersive structure that children climb over, on, and inside of, allowing for a completely unstructured and child-directed free play.
TREEHAUS is nothing like the static play-sets that litter parks and backyards around the country. Children climb into TREEHAUS from various entries, ladders and escape-hatches, to a magical interior that feels like a top-secret club house. From the interior, children move through the hollowed-core to the lookout nest, then back down through the enormous red fruit that pierce through the canopy, and plummet down the curling slide to the gigantic blades of grass and springy mushrooms around the trunk of TREEHAUS.
The tiny footprint of TREEHAUS unfolds its full potential through a complex series of entrances, passageways and lookouts, layering play space on top of itself to form a dense and engaging experience for children of all ages.
TREEHAUS is also expandable: multiple units can be connected together through rope bridges and hidden canopy tunnels, into sprawing aggregations that fit into any setting, a tight urban center, or large suburban playspace.
Children will love exploring the magical TREEHAUS and let their imaginations run wild. TREEHAUS redefines playground.
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