Article published on 14 August 2017
Last week we had the pleasure of attending the opening of our latest bespoke play area, at the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Museum in Somerset. As one of the South Wests leading tourist attractions – this unique play area definitely has the ‘wow’ factor.
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The inspiration behind the design was the Queen Elizabeth Class Carrier and Fleet Air Arm themes which created a playful space that is easily recognisable for all. Within this theme; the Proludic design team crafted 4 main bespoke play equipment items – The Flight Control Tower, The Ship Control Tower, The F35 Fighter Jet and the Merlin Helicopter. Each piece unique to the play area and the fleet arm museum, using their current branding and themes.
As Proludic manufacture all their equipment from one factory base, located at our head office – we have the capabilities of working to a clients specific needs and brief. The results are a completely special play area tailored specifically to what people want. The Fleet Air Arm museum is a great example of what can be achieved using this design philosophy.
Catering for the 2-14 year age ranges, It can accommodate up to 76 users with 63 individual play activities. The opening was attended over 150 people and the play area proved to be a real hit.
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If you have a bespoke project that you want to discuss with Proludic then please contact us and make your dreams a reality!
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