The bouncy membrane meeting points are interconnected with the nets and make the child feel its own and all their friends’ movements, adding to social-emotional skills such as considering others.
The membrane chill seats is dispersed in the big net and gently sways when the nets move, adding social understanding to the swaying break.
The Octahedron Net trains important motor skills such as proprioception, spatial awareness and cross-body coordination. These skills are fundamental for risk assessment when for instance judging and navigating traffic securely. All major muscle groups are trained thoroughly when the child climbs the big meshes, holding on tight.
The Membrane Bridge makes a nice, swaying climb or glide up and down. This trains children’s sense of balance and space, which help them navigate their surroundings securely.
Sliding stimulates children’s trunk stability and their sense of balance and space. These are important motor skills, fundamental for physical confidence.
Imagine stretching a Corocord® Spacenet ... first in one direction and then a little bit in the other. That is kind of how we designed the Stegosaurus structure.
On the top this stretch creates a bridge that is linked with another access Membrane Bridge at one end, and a slide on the opposite end. This makes the Stegosaurus seem like a bouncy gangway going through a huge climbing net. This huge climbing net holds a lot of play features like a membrane path inside the net structure, together with membrane chill seats, and a climbing ramp at ground level.
The Stegosaurus has a large play capacity and a lot of truncated Octahedron Nets that are so good to climb in, around and over.
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"Imagine you stretched our Corocord® Spacenets … first in one direction and then a little bit in the other direction. That is actually what we did here..."
KOMPAN Design Studio
Concept Designers Team