Playground by Tom Luckey at the Childrens Museum of Houston.

Tom Luckey Climbers - These climbers which are designed by Tom Luckey are typically located in Children's Museums across America.

How fun!  A Profile of Climbing Structure Designer Tom Luckey - Westchester Magazine - July 2012 - Westchester, NY

Even though climbing-structure designer Tom Luckey, the man chosen to design a unique play climber for the Westchester Children’s Museum, is paralyzed from the neck down, he still considers himself fortunate.

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Sculptural Playground

Providence Children’s Museum | Luckey Climbers  "This climber was our first outdoor project and it is meant to be a kind of folly in the garden."

Tom Luckey and his son Spencer design biomorphic climbing systems that feature in many large-scale museum installations. Surrounded by nets, they allow for a much greater height than in most playground experiences.

This looks cool! If we could make it look like one of our Haleakala telescopes, it would be great.   *** at Monangaheny Childrens Museum Climber

If we could make it look like one of our Haleakala telescopes, it would be great. *** at Monangaheny Childrens Museum Climber

Check out the Boston Children's Museum in Boston, MA for kids between 2 and 12!

Boston Children's Museum in Boston, MA I chose this place because it takes children on an adventure of the arts, sciences and culture. I find it very fascinating

Pod Playground - Melbourne Design Awards 2013

Pod Playground by Taylor Cullity Lethlean Landscape Architecture « Landscape Architecture Works

the bottom image with the spider and the mushroom... opportunity to tie classic books into playground equipment / monuments?  definitely different from all the other play spaces around the area. Also, examples of the stick forest.

상상력 천국 놀이터~ 환상의 놀이터 '인기'

the bottom image with the spider and the mushroom. opportunity to tie classic books into playground equipment / monuments? definitely different from all the other play spaces around the area. Also, examples of the stick forest.

What Playgrounds can Learn from Swings as Art Installations, Part 1 - Playscapes

What Playgrounds can Learn from Swings as Art Installations, Part 1 - Playscapes. Vale do Anhangabau, São Paulo, Brasil.

Toshiko Horiuchi-MacAdam tricote son aire de jeux

Image 6 of 18 from gallery of Woods of Net / Tezuka Architects. Woods of Net / Tezuka Architects / TIS & PARTNERS, photo by Abel Erazo

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Spiegel Kantine by Ippolito Fleitz Group Identity Architects//Circular mirrors, glowing acrylic rods and large yellows discs adorn the ceiling of this canteen for German magazine Der Spiegel

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