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.
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.
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.