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Pure Play: How Open-Ended Spaces Spark Interaction and Imagination

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Presentation from Park Pride's 15th Annual Parks and Greenspace Conference. The speakers are Julia Jamrozik and Élise Cormier.

From the perspective of architecture and landscape architecture, The speakers make the case that open-ended spaces elevate engagement of all ages and abilities in recreation and play.

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Pure Play: How Open-Ended Spaces Spark Interaction and Imagination

  1. 1. JULIA JAMROZIK Assistant Professor School of Architecture and Planning Department of Architecture SUNY-BUFFALO Partner BACKOFFICE ÉLISE CORMIER PLA, CPSI Principal SMART LANDSCAPES Adjunct Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture AUBURN UNIVERSITY PURE PLAY how open-ended spaces spark interaction and imagination 2016 Park Pride Conference
  2. 2. PURE PLAY how open-ended spaces spark interaction and imagination 2016 Park Pride Conference Celebrating the open-ended in design for play JULIA JAMROZIK
  3. 3. “An aluminium elephant is not real, since an elephant is meant to move, and as an object in the street it is unnatural. A child can make anything out of a simple form. If a play apparatus represents an animal from the start, the form dictates its construction so much that it puts an end to pure play.” Aldo van Eyck, architect and creator of 700 playgrounds in Amsterdam
  4. 4. Aldo van Eyck, Amsterdam Playgrounds, 1961
  5. 5. Aldo van Eyck, Sandpits and Climbing frames. 1960.
  6. 6. Aldo van Eyck, Amsterdam Playground.
  7. 7. Aldo van Eyck, Amsterdam Playground.
  8. 8. Aldo van Eyck, Amsterdam Playground. Before and After.
  9. 9. Aldo van Eyck, Amsterdam Playground. Before and After.
  10. 10. Aldo van Eyck, Amsterdam Playground. Before and After.
  11. 11. Aldo van Eyck, Amsterdam Playground.
  12. 12. Robert Mosses era playground
  13. 13. Robert Mosses era playground in Central Park, NY
  14. 14. Isamu Noguchi. Model for Play Mountain. 1933.
  15. 15. Isamu Noguchi. Model for Contoured Playground. 1941.
  16. 16. Isamu Noguchi, United Nations Playground, 1952 (unbuilt).
  17. 17. Isamu Noguchi and Louis I. Kahn. Detail of model for the Adele Rosenwald Levy Memorial Playground. 1961–1962.
  18. 18. Isamu Noguchi. Models for Playground Equipment for Ala Moana Park. 1939.
  19. 19. Isamu Noguchi. Piedmont Park playspace, Atlanta. 1975–76.
  20. 20. Isamu Noguchi. Black slide mantra. Odori Park, Sapporo, Japan, 1988.
  21. 21. Group Ludic, Chalon-sur-Saône: Cité les Prés Saint-Jean.
  22. 22. Group Ludic, Chalon-sur-Saône: Cité les Prés Saint-Jean.
  23. 23. Kuro Kaneko, Teppozu children’s playground Tokyo, Japan: opend 1935, reconstructed 1962
  24. 24. Pierre Szekley, Cour de l’école de Verderet - Village Olympique, Grenoble, 1967
  25. 25. Assemble and Simon Terrill, The Brutalist Playground, RIBA, London, 2015
  26. 26. Assemble and Simon Terrill, The Brutalist Playground, RIBA, London, 2015
  27. 27. Assemble and Simon Terrill, The Brutalist Playground, RIBA, London, 2015
  28. 28. Charles Forber, Cypress Hill Playground, Brooklyn NY 1967
  29. 29. Robert Winston, Playsculpture, 1961
  30. 30. Creative Playthings, Play Sculptures advertisement, 1953
  31. 31. Egon Moller Nielsen, Creative Playthings, Play Sculpture
  32. 32. M. Paul Friedberg. Vest pocket playground. New York
  33. 33. M. Paul Friedberg. Vest pocket playground. New York
  34. 34. Richard Dattner, Adventure Playground, Central Park, NY, 1966
  35. 35. Richard Dattner, Adventure Playground, Central Park, NY, 1966
  36. 36. Richard Dattner, Adventure Playground, Central Park, NY, 1966
  37. 37. Lady Allen of Hurtwood, Planning for Play, 1968.
  38. 38. Carl Theodor Sorensen. Copenhagen. Junk Playgrounds, from 1943
  39. 39. Lady Allen of Hurtwood, Adventure Playgrounds in the UK, after WWII
  40. 40. Adventure Playground, UK, after WWII
  41. 41. Glamis Adventure Playground, East London
  42. 42. Assemble, Baltic Street Adventure Playground, Glasgow, 2014 illustration by William Goldsmith
  43. 43. Assemble, Baltic Street Adventure Playground, Glasgow, 2014
  44. 44. Assemble, Baltic Street Adventure Playground, Glasgow, 2014
  45. 45. Assemble, Baltic Street Adventure Playground, Glasgow, 2014
  46. 46. Adventure Playground, Kolle 37, Berlin
  47. 47. Adventure Playground, Kolle 37, Berlin
  48. 48. Robinson Playgrounds, Switzerland
  49. 49. Adventure Playground, Berkeley Marina, San Francisco
  50. 50. Adventure Playground, Berkeley Marina, San Francisco
  51. 51. Anarchy Zone, Ithaca
  52. 52. Loose parts Playground
  53. 53. Imagination Playground, Rockwell Group
  54. 54. SNUG Play Kit, Hattie and Tim Coppard, 2007
  55. 55. Richard Dattner, Playpanels, 1969
  56. 56. Public Workshop, Philadelphia
  57. 57. Public Workshop, Philadelphia
  58. 58. Public Workshop, Philadelphia
  59. 59. Public Workshop, Philadelphia
  60. 60. Pop up Park, Buffalo
  61. 61. Pop up Park, Buffalo
  62. 62. Pop up Park
  63. 63. Geopark, Helen & Hard, Stavenger, Norway
  64. 64. Geopark, Helen & Hard, Stavenger, Norway
  65. 65. Geopark, Helen & Hard, Stavenger, Norway
  66. 66. BIG and TOPOTEK, Superkilen Park, Copenhagen
  67. 67. BIG and TOPOTEK, Superkilen Park, Copenhagen
  68. 68. BIG and TOPOTEK, Superkilen Park, Copenhagen
  69. 69. BIG and TOPOTEK, Superkilen Park, Copenhagen
  70. 70. BIG and TOPOTEK, Superkilen Park, Copenhagen
  71. 71. BIG and TOPOTEK, Superkilen Park, Copenhagen
  72. 72. BIG and TOPOTEK, Superkilen Park, Copenhagen
  73. 73. Pipilotti Rist and Carlos Martinez, City Lounge, St.Gallen, Switzerland, 2008
  74. 74. Pipilotti Rist and Carlos Martinez, City Lounge, St.Gallen, Switzerland, 2008
  75. 75. Pipilotti Rist and Carlos Martinez, City Lounge, St.Gallen, Switzerland, 2008
  76. 76. Bouncing Domes, Shoa Kinen Koen, Japan
  77. 77. Carve Landscape Architecture, Beuningenplein Playground, Amsterdam, 2011
  78. 78. KapteinRoodnat, elementary school De Paradijsvogel, Weidevogellaan 201, Ypenburg, Holland, 2006
  79. 79. Schulberg, Annabau, Wiesbaden, Germany, 2011
  80. 80. Héctor Esrawe and Ignacio Cadena, Spinning Tops - Los Trompos, play installation/temporary playground, High Museum, Atlanta
  81. 81. Julia Jamrozik + Coryn Kempster/BACKOFFICE, Line Garden, Grand-Metis, Quebec, 2015
  82. 82. Julia Jamrozik + Coryn Kempster/BACKOFFICE, Line Garden, Grand-Metis, Quebec, 2015
  83. 83. Julia Jamrozik + Coryn Kempster/BACKOFFICE, Line Garden, Grand-Metis, Quebec, 2015
  84. 84. Julia Jamrozik + Coryn Kempster/BACKOFFICE, Line Garden, Grand-Metis, Quebec, 2015
  85. 85. Julia Jamrozik + Coryn Kempster/BACKOFFICE, Line Garden, Grand-Metis, Quebec, 2015
  86. 86. Julia Jamrozik + Coryn Kempster/BACKOFFICE, Line Garden, Grand-Metis, Quebec, 2015
  87. 87. Julia Jamrozik + Coryn Kempster/BACKOFFICE, Line Garden, Grand-Metis, Quebec, 2015
  88. 88. PURE PLAY how open-ended spaces spark interaction and imagination 2016 Park Pride Conference Celebrating the open-ended in design for play JULIA JAMROZIK
  89. 89. PURE PLAY how open-ended spaces spark interaction and imagination The LaFayette Story whole town design for generations of play ÉLISE CORMIER, PLA, CPSI 2016 Park Pride Conference
  90. 90. The LaFayette Story • Designing for Play – Every age, every ability Buzzfeed.com
  91. 91. The LaFayette Story • Designing for Play – Every age, every ability • Replicable approach – Inclusive experiences – Places for interaction – The public realm Buzzfeed.com
  92. 92. Play is about restoration of the human spirit.
  93. 93. Play is about restoration of the human spirit. Oakhurst Cooperative Preschool (Decatur, Georgia)
  94. 94. Etz Chaim Preschool (Marietta, Georgia) Etz ChaimPreschool / DebbieDeutsch
  95. 95. Orchard Hill at Bulloch Hall (Roswell, Georgia) Creating inclusive experiences and places for interaction in the public realm.
  96. 96. Orchard Hill at Bulloch Hall (Roswell, Georgia) Creating inclusive experiences and places for interaction in the public realm.
  97. 97. Gordon-White BeltLine Park (Atlanta, Georgia) Atlanta BeltLineInc.// Ecos Environmental Design// Pond & Company
  98. 98. Gordon-White BeltLine Park (Atlanta, Georgia) Atlanta BeltLineInc.// John Becker
  99. 99. Gordon-White BeltLine Park (Atlanta, Georgia) Atlanta BeltLineInc.// John Becker
  100. 100. Gordon-White BeltLine Park (Atlanta, Georgia) Atlanta BeltLineInc.// John Becker
  101. 101. The LaFayette Story • Designing for Play – Every age, every ability • Replicable approach – Inclusive experiences – Places for interaction – The public realm • Case Study: LaFayette Leapfrog/ Luksong-Baka mydreamscapelife.blogspot.com
  102. 102. Gabriela Arevalo
  103. 103. Gray Parker
  104. 104. Alton Zhang
  105. 105. Grace Lee
  106. 106. Gabriela Arevalo
  107. 107. Will Nix
  108. 108. Mayor Barry Moody Terry MangramMike Ellis Tammie Williams David EnnisErick Vines City Council City of LaFayette Alabama www.LaFayetteAL.com
  109. 109. Mr. Louis Davidson City Clerk City of LaFayette Alabama TammieWilliams
  110. 110. Gabriela Arevalo Ryan Ballard Evan Boecking Jake Howell Grace Lee Will Nix Gray Parker Megan Sauer Hui Shi Ashley Shorter Sushmitha Sunder Hao Wu Hanlu Yu Alton Zhang Masters in Landscape Architecture Auburn University Spring 2015 Elise Cormier
  111. 111. • Every age and ability • Changes by seasons • Changes over time Inclusive Experiences Buzzfeed.com
  112. 112. • Every age and ability • Changes by seasons • Changes over time What is “play”? Inclusive Experiences Buzzfeed.com
  113. 113. Places for Interaction • Whole city • Regional connections Ludic Landscapes
  114. 114. exploratory plan garden playground sports park historic fitness trail equestrian trail historic trail Ryan Ballard
  115. 115. Hanlu Yu
  116. 116. Hao Wu
  117. 117. Ryan Ballard
  118. 118. Will Nix
  119. 119. Equestrian Recreation Hanlu Yu
  120. 120. RECREATIONAL RESOURCES (COUNTY-WIDE) Rich natural resources close to Chambers county. Hanlu Yu
  121. 121. Will Nix
  122. 122. Places for Interaction • Whole city • Regional connections • The Familiar • The Unexpected
  123. 123. Hanlu Yu
  124. 124. vernacular redbrick historical buildings sports community sidewalks trails children play live oaks railway sports facilities sense of place County heart Ryan Ballard
  125. 125. Megan Sauer
  126. 126. Gabriela Arevalo
  127. 127. Landscapes of Play
  128. 128. Public Realm • Streets • Trails • Plazas + Parks • Community hubs – Civic spaces (senior centers, schools, libraries) – Reclaimed spaces (old utility buildings, abandoned factories, strip malls)
  129. 129. Alton Zhang
  130. 130. Alton Zhang
  131. 131. Hui Shi
  132. 132. Hui Shi
  133. 133. Hui Shi
  134. 134. Sushmitha Sunder
  135. 135. Alton Zhang
  136. 136. Public Realm • Streets • Trails • Plazas + Parks • Community hubs – Civic spaces (senior centers, schools, libraries) – Reclaimed spaces (old utility buildings, abandoned factories, strip malls)
  137. 137. Grace Lee
  138. 138. Gabriela Arevalo
  139. 139. Ashley Shorter
  140. 140. Ryan Ballard
  141. 141. Hao Wu
  142. 142. Public Realm • Streets • Trails • Plazas + Parks • Community hubs – Civic spaces (senior centers, schools, libraries) – Reclaimed spaces (old utility buildings, abandoned factories, strip malls)
  143. 143. Hao Wu
  144. 144. Gabriela Arevalo
  145. 145. Gabriela Arevalo
  146. 146. Will Nix
  147. 147. Megan Sauer
  148. 148. Megan Sauer
  149. 149. Megan Sauer
  150. 150. Megan Sauer
  151. 151. Hao Wu
  152. 152. Hanlu Yu
  153. 153. Hao Wu
  154. 154. Public Realm • Streets • Trails • Plazas + Parks • Community hubs – Civic spaces (senior centers, schools, libraries) – Reclaimed spaces (old utility buildings, abandoned factories, strip malls)
  155. 155. Jake Howell
  156. 156. Alton Zhang Open Gallery Welcome Mat of CountySeat Project Description This area is a complex area that combines open space and semi-open space. Just a vacant lot now, the design will provide a good place for people to enjoy life and workday leisure time.
  157. 157. Alton Zhang
  158. 158. Ashley Shorter
  159. 159. Sushmitha Sunder
  160. 160. Gray Parker
  161. 161. Gray Parker Piggly Wiggly shoppingcenter Jack’s Diner Proposed parkinglot retro-fitwith raingardens NursingHome with views to proposedpark HOMETOWN WALK PARK & OVERLOOK
  162. 162. Gray Parker
  163. 163. Landscapes of Play
  164. 164. The LaFayette Story • Play is about restoration of the human spirit. buzzfeed.com
  165. 165. The LaFayette Story • Play is about restoration of the human spirit. • Designing for Play – Every age, every ability buzzfeed.com
  166. 166. The LaFayette Story • Play is about restoration of the human spirit. • Designing for Play – Every age, every ability • Replicable approach – Inclusive experiences – Places for interaction – The public realm Street Singers // buzzfeed.com
  167. 167. PURE PLAY how open-ended spaces spark interaction and imagination The LaFayette Story whole town design for generations of play ÉLISE CORMIER, PLA, CPSI 2016 Park Pride Conference
  168. 168. JULIA JAMROZIK School of Architecture and Planning Department of Architecture SUNY-BUFFALO www.ap.buffalo.edu jamrozik@buffalo.edu BACKOFFICE www.ck-jj.com ÉLISE CORMIER PLA, CPSI SMART LANDSCAPES www.SmartLandscapes.net hello@SmartLandscapes.net (678 ) 503-8918 School of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture AUBURN UNIVERSITY

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