This project was designed by our team to reflect a given thematic: the marine world. The Spinneround Series, was used to refer to children the rudder of a ship, the Rotating Dish resembles the buoys that can often be found in the ocean, and the TT-Ola was colored in a blue tone to evoke the sea colors.
The Joseph-de-Serigny Park
City of Longueuil
The Joseph-de-Serigny Park is a fine example of matching different series of playground in a common park area. We have a great demonstration of mixing different manufacturers in order to offer to children a maximum play experience. We used Playcraft Systems and ElephantPlay series to arrive with a perfectly balanced result.
Griffintown (City of Montréal)
ElephantPlay has developed and designed in collaboration with a landscape architect’s firm, a playground in the city of Montreal (Griffintown area) based on three main priorities: the commemoration of the area’s heritage, a family & friendly space, but also an environmentally friendly area.
City of Ottawa
This project was realized in the canadian capital, Ottawa, and has been designed for a television show (TVO’s award-winning program Giver). In anticipation of Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017, ElephantPlay has participated in the builting for Giver of the largest playground in Canada, with the help of children from all over the country. The 4,600 square metres playground is shaped in accordance to Canada’s country shape and has a different play space representing each of the country’s provinces and territories. This playground is also attempted to break the Guinness Book of World Records for world’s longest set of continuous monkey bars.