Blaxland Common Regional Playspace by JMDdesign
by Harry / November 6, 2012
JMDdesign's Blaxland Common Regional Playspace is a playground in Sydney with a 200m long 3m high earth berm with conical voids and angular slices as the "armature for play."


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"Custom designed and proprietary items are built into and around the dominant earthform and include; a double flying fox, tunnel slides, ground mounted slides, a giant swing, climbing walls, tunnels, a suspended climbing net, a 12m high tree house, a sand pit and a water plaza with 170 jets." Via Archinect.

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