The language of play is universal. Children play in astonishingly similar ways all over the world. Toddlers love making high towers from building blocks, while a six-year-old dreams of having their own treehouse. Indeed the treehouse was the inspiration for Lappset’s new Cubic playground concept.
Children sit in the bird’s nest swing like baby birds in their nest. Reaching the treehouse requires a little effort. It is a journey from one branch to the next, towards new adventures. Once play has been played, it’s back down to earth with the tube slide. As children play, they are also improving and enhancing their motor, social, cognitive and emotional skills unawares.
The modular Cubic climbing cubes can be easily made into a wide range of different combinations, without compromising the safety of those at play. This new product range has been designed in compliance with EN 1176, the European Safety Standard for Playground Equipment.
Cubic is an unmissable and space-economising monument of urban parks, and the finest treehouse and highest climbing tower of urban playgrounds. The Cubic is part of Lappset’s Halo playground product family. The Halo range was awarded the German Design Award in 2016 for its functional Scandinavian design.