Article published on 7 November 2014
Grafic Games is a bold new concept by Proludic, launched in 2011 and updated in 2014 it allows our play equipment units to be bespoke and themed to a range of environments.
6 distinctive styles are available:
– Grafic – pop art graffiti that is fun and bright
– Etnik – tribal symbols with African and Maori inspirations
– Oceane – taken from creatures at the depths of the ocean
– Amazone – the tropical rainforest landscape
– Metropolis – a futuristic city built on science fiction
– Medieval – Fortresses and castles steeped in history
Beyond these standard and exciting designs, Proludic can also create custom made sketches, ideas or logos on equipment you choose. We can also produce completely bespoke units, ensuring your playground is the most innovative and unique area around.
For RAF Brize Norton, a military site we worked on we created a bespoke play structure based on the Hercules plane.
The benefits (lets recap!)
– Personalise your playground to local history or culture
– Increase the play value of the equipment with themed play panels
– Adapt equipment to fit with a particular theme or corporate image
– Develop different looks within the same theme
– Ask children and adults what they want to see at consultation and then adapt ideas to the equipment
To order your Grafic Games catalogue now please contact the office on 0115 982 3980 or email us at email@example.com.
Article published on 16 September 2020
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