As a pioneer in playground construction in Austria, OBRA was presented with ideas for special play equipment and playgrounds decades ago. Our philosophy was then and is even more so today to support the creativity of our customers and to let it take shape in playgrounds. At the same time, we developed a program 10 years ago with which Indoor-Let play areas creatively equip, which you can use in ourn Brochures can take a picture. We present some of our tailor-made indoor play systems to you in this newsletter.
With individual concepts that are tailored to the respective room, high play value can be planned in a small space. Only parts, but also entire rooms, can be equipped with play facilities.
In the hotel business with families as a target group, the entertainment of the little guests is a big issue. Often existing rooms should be increased in their attractiveness through play facilities. We received this task for the existing playroom of the Hotel Glöcknerin in Obertauern. An existing room should be equipped with play equipment that fills the entire room and thus creates the maximum play value. In the creative workshop at OBRA-Design, a cubic play system made of larch wood was designed that makes optimal use of the space available. Platforms of different heights made of wood and net, climbing ropes, net funnels and net bridges, hanging tracks, crawling tubes, nest baskets, etc. invite the little guests to let off steam but also to linger in the facility. Our sales partner for the federal state of Salzburg, Haslinger, took care of the communication with the customer and the installation.
In the autumn and winter of 2017/2018, the Hotel Christoph in Ellmau was expanded with an extension. In this extension, a new play area was also planned over two floors. Due to the sustainable approach and the production located in Austria, the choice fell on a rombox. Our planning team was brought on board at an early stage so that the room and play area could be perfectly coordinated. The result is a 3-story indoor play area measuring approx. 6 x 5,3 x 5,3 m (LxWxH) and an adjacent boulder wall. The lower floor is specially equipped with elements for preschool children. The other two sticks are suitable for older children with different areas for romping, climbing, hiding and lingering. Thus, the scope for the little guests leaves nothing to be desired. Due to the size, a central vacuum cleaner system was built into the system for easier cleaning.
If there is a desire for a more representational design of the play facilities, our creative minds also develop conventional play equipment for indoor areas, as is normally known for use outdoors. Prerequisites are the existing fall spaces and the equipment of the impact surfaces with adequately dimensioned fall protection. One example of this is the two-tower system for toddlers, which was delivered to the Hotel Schettereggerhof in Egg in the Bregenz Forest via our specialist advisor Gerd Kapeller, responsible for the federal states of Tyrol and Vorarlberg.
This concept can also be considered larger and can be extended to entire halls. This is what happened when planning an indoor play area for a garden center. The theme of flowers and plants was taken up and is reflected in the design of the play areas.