MODERNISM, GEOMETRY AND FUNCTIONALITY
When rope play pioneer Conrad Roland was putting together his first play structures in 1971, he strived for a clear geometry. As an architect and collaborator of Mies van der Rohe, he was dedicated to modernism and functionality. Corocord Frame Nets still bear this spirit and adds timeless design to any playground. Just like the Spacenets, these structures unfold a three-dimensional rope environment, in which a child can move freely in all directions. Furthermore, its compact design is an advantage under limited site conditions.
The three distinct Frame Net designs contain up to 15 rope cells. With a regular rope segment length of 33 cm, the structures are optimised for kids from 3-8 years. As a special benefit, the Frame Cuboctahedron has a wide roof zone where children can get together, talk, relax and observe.