Ground Reconsidered is pleased to announce that our entry for the Community Design Collaborative’s Play Space Design Competition was one of the three winning entries from a field of nine finalists. Three sites in Philadelphia were featured in the competition – a school, a library, and a recreation center. Our submission, “Play Structure|Story Structure” won for Learning Landscapes: Blanche A. Nixon/Cobbs Creek Branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia.
Our thanks and appreciation go out to our talented team of designers and consultants: Designed for Fun, Friends Select School, JR Keller Creative Partnership, Meliora Environmental Design, and The Parent Infant Center.
For more information about the competition, click here.