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This Weird-Looking Playground
Could Make Your Kids More Creative
RESEARCH SHOWS THAT UNSTRUCTURED PLAYGROUNDS CAN NURTURE CHILDREN'S SOCIAL AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT. BUT THE KIDS WHO BENEFIT FROM SUCH DESIGNS TEND TO COME FROM SELECT COMMUNITIES. ONE COMPANY COULD CHANGE THAT... To see rest of article, click here
An Abstract Playground Designed to Fuel Kids’
A couple years ago Dan Schreibman, a father of two, took his daughters to a Richard Serra exhibition at the MoMA. The kids loved it. Regardless of whether Serra intended it, the artist’s towering metal structures, with their sloping sides, strange textures and echoing sounds, turned out to be the perfect playground for Schreibman’s children. “I had to pull them away, they love it so much,” he recalls.