Yesterday, we had the honor of being selected as 1 of 3 winners for the international Play Space design competition hosted by the Community Design Collaborative and the Delaware Valley Association for the Education of Young Children (DVAEYC).
"The power of play space in the community and its impact on early childhood development cannot be underestimated. Play Space is rooted in the concept that urban play space is an unexpected contributor to solving some of the cities most critical challenges. These spaces strengthen the fabric of neighborhoods and can improve early learning skills, imagination, independence and health outcomes for children and also provide a venue to build strong interpersonal relationships, leading to strong communities and family friendly cities."
Our team consisted of us (play design), RoofMeadow (natural systems engineering) and Space for Childhood (early childhood education). Check out our winning presentation!