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."


"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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