Article published on 20 December 2016
Proludic are really proud to have recently installed a new play area for the Daisy Chain Project in Stockton.
Daisy Chain are a unique charity that addresses the needs of children on the autism spectrum and their families. The £120,000 development was put in place to provide an opportunity for families to experience a genuine sense of adventure within a safe environment.
A member of Proludic staff who has a brother with autism played a leading role in shaping the overall design concept which we used. She spoke to us about her brothers love of numbers, list making and patterns, which provided us with that wonderful light bulb moment – which is why the design resembles a pocket watch!
We have used this concept to influence the form and content throughout the space – from the futuristic Nautilus vessel to the chunky cog surface details. The design offers a layered, playful and exciting play experience for children at The Daisy Chain Project.
We have also used our inclusive range of products throughout which have been expertly designed to deal with a range of impairments including visual, hearing, learning or motor.
“We were delighted to be given the opportunity to design a truly bespoke and inclusive play area for the Daisy Chain play area project. We thoroughly enjoyed illustrating the client’s vision knowing that it would provide a stimulating, educational and sensory but fun-packed play scape for the many children that visit the Daisy Chain facility”.
Paula Appleton, Regional Sales Manager, Proludic
Article published on 14 September 2021
Harpenden Town Council and the PARC Friends of Group set their sights high when they decided to create a new flagship park at the existing Rothamsted play area site in the heart of the town. They wanted to create a memorable play experience for toddlers, juniors, teenagers, and their families alike to enjoy. The client...
Article published on 28 October 2020
Proludic were proud to launch a new bespoke themed mining playground in Germany. The playground was opened in the town of Kamp-Lintfort (38,000 inhabitants) in northwest Germany and reflects the region’s current industrial architecture. As it’s an area rich with mining traditions the 2,000 m² area offers a wide variety of fun activities for children of all ages...