We recently partnered with one of Brisbane’s leading design firms, Guymer Bailey to create our submission for the PLAYscapes competition run by Building Trust International.
The aim of the competition was to show how creatively we can make cities fun places with opportunities for interaction and play – to highlight the unique aspect of designing public places through consideration of contextual and environmental factors.
Incorporating a “7 Senses” approach, our submission calls on Council to champion safer, more inclusive residential streets. The lack of opportunity for children to freely play in their own street with maximised interaction, learning and sensory experiences, will certainly lead to more playful and connected neighbourhoods and communities.
The proposed Alma Road transformation has been submitted to the Building Trust International Competition and you can see snapshots from other submissions on their Facebook page. “Like” our entry here …
For more information and links, visit our Innovations Page