Mulders vandenBerk Architecten projected this unique playground building in a park in the city of Utrecht, Netherlands.
The facade of the building is made of Corian engraved with images of fairytales from around the world. The graphic design has been placed on the facade to stimulate the sense and the imagination of the children.
The design invites children to play, to discover and invent games. The exterior of the building is the opposite of the “active” playground with its many climbing frames and slides. Inside, the pavilion is split in two playgrounds, one side for teenagers and the other side for young children.
Photos by Roel Backaert & Wim Hanenberg