Spacenets™


INVITE TO THREE-DIMENSIONAL AND SKY-HIGH PLAY ACTIVITIES

The Berliner architect Conrad Roland invented and developed the Spacenet concept in 1971. Today the iconic Spacenets stand as expressive icons all over the world and encourage children to crawl to the top to experience the height, and to develop new skills and be self-confident for their achievements.



Very few play spaces incite children to move around in all directions like a Spacenet does. It is an adventure into a three-dimensional universe, opening up numerous options for interaction and play activities, like climbing, swinging, sliding, jumping, bouncing and balancing. The nets can hold lots and lots of children, and parents can trust that climbing in Corocord Spacenets are superior for developing physical skills in a safe play environment. From Mini Spacenet to gigantic four-mast Spacenets, every piece of play equipment entices climbers all the way to the top.


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