What Is A Good Children's Park Design?
What is a good children's park design?
As one of the places where children are looking for happiness and releasing nature, the children's paradise provides plenty of open space for children's games and exchanges with its rich colors and perfect rides. Only by understanding the real needs of children from the perspective of children can designers correctly open the design pattern of children's paradise and create works that truly satisfy children's nature.
Starting from the child
1. Understand children's needs
The child's needs are part of the parent's growth of the child. As long as you grasp the children's psychology, you can get a lot of business opportunities. Children love games, see pleasant colors in the game, experience pleasure in the game and gain knowledge from them. Children's play equipment is a way for children to know the world.
2, divided into age groups
First determine which age groups the playground will serve, and the Children's Paradise is a crucial process for this planning. To build a fully functional playground, you must fully consider the different needs of children of different ages and the stage of development they are in. Dividing age groups to meet the needs of all children, in order to provide better services. In a broad sense, children can be divided into the following stages:
◎ 0-3 years old
Children at this stage have initially gained life experiences and began to learn to control their own sports. They often play alone and experience things around them through their senses. At this stage, they are suitable for playing with sand, dirt, water, swings and slides, and then both need to be accompanied by their parents.
◎ 3-6 years old
Children at this stage have begun social awareness, and they often participate in multiplayer games to develop their interpersonal relationships and sociality. At this stage, children like to play tables, benches, swings, slides and other sports equipment.
◎6-8 years old
Children at this stage are more likely to be able to develop their organizational abilities and activities and movements that enhance their physical strength. They like to test their agility by climbing simple or complex structures.
◎8-10 years old
Children at this stage are developing into adolescents who can participate in multiplayer games without parental supervision or intervention and are able to follow the rules of the game. They like to show their balance and cooperation on more complex climbing equipment.
1. Objective conditions of the site
Define the area and boundary of the playground, the choice of the venue and the division of the site, paying special attention to the objective factors that affect the placement of the amusement facilities, such as waterways, obstacles, lampposts, etc.
2. Entrance and exit of the venue
The location of the playground must take into account the surrounding traffic conditions, where the flow of people is large and the number of vehicles is relatively small, that is, the flow of safe people is also large. Is it convenient to ride a bicycle or skateboard in the playground, whether it is convenient to carry a stroller or wheelchair, etc.
In addition to the above two points, the ground protection must match the gaming facilities in the area. The protective floor can be sand, safety mats, sawdust, etc., but must be thick enough to slow the impact.
Whether for children or adults, the playground must be an exciting, inspiring and challenging place. The rides must be carefully selected and the types of equipment should be rich, such as various mollusks, swings, slides and water, sand, etc., so that different game types constitute the overall atmosphere of the playground.