Geometric Playground Climbers: Modern FUNctionality
When rope play pioneer Conrad Roland was putting together his first play structures in 1971, he strived for transparent geometry. As an architect and collaborator of Mies van der Rohe, he was dedicated to modernism and functionality. Today's Corocord Frame Nets point to this 50-year-old origin story from Germany by adding timeless design to any American playground. Just like the Spacenets, these geodesic climbing structures unfold a three-dimensional rope environment, where children can move freely in all directions. The geometric playground climber's open, compact design helps caretakers keep an eye on their little climbers.
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A three-dimensional play universe with many options
Shape your geodesics climbing structures to fit your specific needs and wants with a variety of themes, colors, and membrane elements. The three distinct Frame Net designs contain up to 15 rope cells, and the COROCORD™ Frame Nets are available in 6 galactic color themes. Customize your geometric playground even further with themed panels and add-ons.
With a regular rope segment length of nearly 13 inches, our geometric climbing structures are designed for kids from 3-8 years old. Furthermore, the compact design of these geodome climbing frames is advantageous for limited site conditions.
If you want to learn more about our COROCORD™ frame nets, reach out to our team of playground experts today.