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					for press inquiries (excluding U.K.):
Joan MacKeith
Rockwell Group
tel: +1.212.463.0334
jmackeith@rockwellgroup.com


for U.K. press inquiries:
Neil Byrne / Hannah Cox / Lizzie Brugger
Camron
tel: +44.020.7420.1700
imagination@camronpr.com                   press kit
overview

imagination playground™
A breakthrough playspace concept conceived and designed by architect David Rockwell to encourage
child-directed, unstructured free play, the kind of play that experts say is critical to a child’s intellectual,
social, physical and emotional development. With a focus on loose parts, Imagination Playground
offers a changing array of elements that allows children to constantly reconfigure their environment
and to design their own course of play. Giant foam blocks, mats, wagons, fabric and crates overflow
with creative potential for children to play, dream, build and explore endless possibilities.
David Rockwell and his firm, Rockwell Group, have partnered with KaBOOM!, the leading national
non-profit dedicated to saving play for America’s children. The mission of this partnership is to inspire
children’s inherent ability to dream and create by bringing Imagination Playground to communities
across the country.




imagination playground consists of three core concepts that foster a dynamic,
child-centered environment:




1 loose parts                                 2 manipulable environment                     3 play associates
An assortment of movable objects,             Children play most creatively in              Play Associates are trained adults
including Imagination Playground              settings they can manipulate.                 who enable a setting in which children
Blocks™, crates, fabric and carts,            Imagination Playground Blocks, for            can direct their own play. They allow
allows each play session to become            example, serve as raw materials for           play activity to evolve naturally
a new experience. With Imagination            creativity and sensory exploration.           by maintaining a safe and secure
Playground Loose Parts, children can          Imagination Playground empowers               environment, and by renewing and
create their own narratives, activities       children to influence the space               varying the supply of loose parts.
and environments; build something             around them, and allows for many
and tear it down; or simply enjoy             types of activities, including
forms and textures.                           constructive, dramatic and gross
                                              motor play.
overview, continued…

Imagination Playground™ is available to you in a variety of ways:


imagination playground parks™
A site-specific park concept that can be designed and conditioned
for any place or community, and includes a full set of Imagination
Playground Loose Parts and a sculpted landscape, as well as sand
and water installations. The first Imagination Playground Park
opened to the public in July 2010 at Burling Slip in the South Street
Seaport area of New York City, a collaboration between Rockwell
Group and the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation.


imagination playground in a box™
A kit of parts suitable for a variety of outdoor and indoor sites. It
gives communities an easy-to-install, cost-effective means to offer
their children opportunities for unstructured, free play. These sets
include Imagination Playground Blocks, parts that encourage sand
and water play, a starter kit of loose parts and a storage unit on
wheels. Imagination Playground in a Box can be used on its own or
as an addition to an existing playspace.


imagination playground in a cart™
Includes a full set of Imagination Playground Blocks housed in a
storage unit that easily moves through a standard door width for
both indoor and outdoor use. This versatile set is an ideal solution
for sites that do not need a secured container. A weather-resistant
cover for the cart is sold separately.


imagination playground blocks™
A set of large, foam parts that allow children to play at an
architectural scale. The set consists of 15 different shapes to
encourage open-ended free play and a wide variety of play
patterns. Manufactured in the U.S.A. out of waterproof foam,
they are resistant to sun, heat, mold, mildew, corrosion and
micro-organisms. Incorporating breakthrough technologies,
these highly durable parts are biodegradable and can be
returned to the manufacturer for recycling. We also offer an
Imagination Playground IndoorsTM set that includes playful
wall graphics to help organize the blocks for storage
against a wall.
frequently asked questions

how is imagination playground™ different than other playgrounds?
Traditional playgrounds consist primarily of fixed equipment, such as slides, monkey bars and
teeter-totters, all of which focus on developing children’s gross motor skills. Imagination
Playground, on the other hand, is an interactive, transformable environment that prompts children
to manipulate their environment and create a playspace of their own with sand, water and loose
parts. Imagination Playground addresses a broader spectrum of play needs through opportunities
for fantasy play and socio-cooperative play, in addition to more traditional running, jumping and
climbing. Kids need to be active on many levels, and they need to exercise their minds as well as
their muscles. Research shows that children at the age of eight who have experienced varied and
challenging play are considerably better prepared to benefit from ongoing formal education.
Imagination Playground can be used by itself, or in conjunction with traditional playground
equipment.


what are the different versions of imagination playground?
For more information on Imagination Playground Parks, please visit www.imaginationplayground.
com/parks. For more information on our products – Imagination Playground in a Box, Imagination
Playground Indoors, Imagination Playground in a Cart and Imagination Playground Blocks – please
visit www.imaginationplayground.org/products.


where can i go to experience imagination playground?
The flagship Imagination Playground Park opened to the public in July 2010 at Burling Slip in the
South Street Seaport area of New York City, a collaboration between Rockwell Group and the
New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. There are also Imagination Playground sets
popping up across the globe, from New York to Chicago to Hawaii. To find the one nearest you,
contact info@imaginationplayground.com.


how much does an imagination playground cost?
The price of Imagination Playground ranges depending on what version you purchase. Please contact
Imagination Playground at 1.866.986.5551 or info@imaginationplayground.com for more information
on the different design and pricing options.


what are the imagination playground blocks made of?
Imagination Playground Blocks are made of a cross-linked polyethylene foam manufactured in the
United States. The closed-cell foam is soft, lightweight, waterproof, and biodegradable. It is resistant
to sun, heat, mold, mildew, corrosion and micro-organisms. These highly-durable blocks can be
transported to a landfill or returned to the manufacturer to be recycled when they are no longer
wanted on the playground.
frequently asked questions, continued…

are the imagination playground blocks™ safe?
Imagination Playground Blocks are non-toxic and resistant to germs, mold and mildew. They are
sturdy enough to withstand the elements and soft enough to for children to play with safely. The
particular type of molecular linking used to bond the foam ensures that when exposed to an open
fire the blue blocks will smolder, but not catch fire. All products meet ASTM and CPSC standards.


how can the imagination playground blocks be cleaned?
The blue blocks can be cleaned easily with a scrub brush, soap and water.


are the imagination playground blocks environmentally friendly?
Yes, incorporating breakthrough technologies, these highly durable parts are biodegradable and can
be returned to the manufacturer for recycling.


can you clarify the role of a play associate?
Play Associates are an integral part of the Imagination Playground concept and are responsible for
the management and maintenance of the play space, as well as the facilitation of children’s play. Play
Associates do not direct play or teach children how to use the objects or environment. They might
sometimes quietly demonstrate a different use of materials but there is no educational agenda or
schedule of recreation programs. What children do will be the result of their inherent curiosity and
urge to play. Play Associates will enable children to play in ways that would not be possible without a
trained staff to monitor the resources.


how do you become a play associate?
For all Imagination Playground sets, Play Associate training is part of the purchase price. The
training provides an overview of the Imagination Playground concept, the development of loose parts
play, current research in child development, as well as some tips and tools to help Play Associates
facilitate creative play on a daily basis. The training is offered online in a convenient on-demand
format. Contact info@imaginationplayground.com for more details.


At Imagination Playground at Burling Slip, Play Associates are employees of the New York City
Department of Parks and Recreation. The Parks Department has a summer program that deploys Play
Associates to sites all around New York City, and they will use Imagination Playground at Burling Slip
for training all year round.
frequently asked questions, continued…

must all sites that obtain imagination playground in a box™ have play associates?
Imagination Playground products have been created as sets of parts intended to be used with a Play
Associate. Imagination Playground has developed a curriculum that will train these workers to
properly implement Imagination Playground products. We require all Play Associates to receive this
training prior to taking charge of the Imagination Playground site.


how many children are suggested for each imagination playground in a box set?
We recommend that while adult-child ratios should be determined by policy at the site, at least one
adult per twenty children, ages 5-12. A lower adult-child ratio should be maintained when children
are younger than five.


can I get the imagination playground blocks™ in different colors?
Imagination Playground Blocks only come in one color in order to facilitate more imaginative play,
without any distraction or competition that might arise from having multi-colored toys.


what role does KaBOOM! and rockwell group have in imagination playground?
Rockwell Group serves as the creative force behind the concept, while KaBOOM! brings its 14 years
of community outreach experience to determine the easiest and most cost-efficient way to implement
Imagination Playground in a variety of community settings nationwide.
the team

about rockwell group
Rockwell Group is an award winning, cross-disciplinary 140-person architecture and design firm
specializing in cultural, hospitality, retail, product, and set design. Based in New York, with a satellite
office in Madrid, the firm crafts a unique narrative and an immersive environment for each project.
Projects include: W Union Square; the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center at Lincoln Center; the
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas; Maialino at the Gramercy Park Hotel; the central Marketplace of the
JetBlue terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport; set design for the 2009 and 2010 Academy
Awards ceremonies; the Kodak Theatre, Los Angeles; Nobu restaurants worldwide; and set design for
Broadway’s “Hairspray.” David Rockwell was honored with the 2009 Pratt Institute Legends Award,
and the 2008 National Design Award for Interior Design from Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt. For more
information, visit www.rockwellgroup.com.

about KaBOOM!
KaBOOM! is the national non-profit dedicated to saving play. Children today spend less time playing
outdoors than any previous generation, a fact that is having disastrous consequences on their health,
achievement levels, and overall well-being. To fight this Play Deficit, social entrepreneur Darell
Hammond founded non-profit KaBOOM! 15 years ago in Washington, D.C. with a vision of creating
a great place to play within walking distance of every child in America. Since then, KaBOOM! has
mapped over 85,000 places to play, built more than 2,000 playgrounds, and successfully advocated
for play policies in hundreds of cities across the country. KaBOOM! also provides communities
with online tools to self-organize and take action to support play on both a local and national level.
Hammond chronicles the founding of the organization and the importance of the cause of play in
his The New York Times Best Seller KaBOOM!: How One Man Built a Movement to Save Play. The
book details how businesses and communities can work together to save play for children across the
country. All author proceeds support KaBOOM!. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., KaBOOM! also
has offices in Chicago and San Mateo, Calif. For more information, visit www.kaboom.org.

about new york city department of parks & recreation
The New York City Department of Parks & Recreation (NYCDPR) has been instrumental in the
public-private partnership that helped realize Imagination Playground at Burling Slip, and it was with
the support of NYCDPR that Rockwell Group and KaBOOM! launched the prototype of Imagination
Playground in a Box™ in Brownsville, Brooklyn in Summer 2008. NYCDPR expanded this program to
make Imagination Playground in a Box available in 10 locations throughout New York City. NYCDPR
is the steward of almost 29,000 acres of land --14 percent of New York City --including more than
4,000 individual properties ranging from Yankee Stadium and Central Park to community gardens
and Greenstreets. They operate more than 800 athletic fields and nearly 1,000 playgrounds; they
manage four major stadiums, 550 tennis courts, 51 public pools, 34 recreation centers, 12 nature
centers, 13 golf courses, and 14 miles of beaches; we care for 1,200 monuments and 22 historic house
museums; they look after 500,000 street trees, and two million more in parks. They are New York
City’s principal provider of athletic facilities. They are home to free concerts, world-class sports
events, and cultural festivals. For more information, visit www.nyc.gov/parks.
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press articles
     Icon, August, 2011                                         New York Magazine, May 31, 2010
     George Pendle, "Object Lesson"                             The Best Bet
     Domus China, Issue 051                                     New York Times Style Magazine, Winter 2009
     Wan Liang "Imagination Playground"                         Jill Singer, “Remix: King of the Playground”
     Time Out New York Kids, November, 2010                     I.D. September/October 2009
     "Best Non-Beach Spot to Get Sand in your Shoes"            Alissa Walker, “Recess, Rethought”
                                                                Jessie Ashlock, “Play as it Lays: In Tough Times, Designers
     Landscape Architecture, November, 2010
                                                                Can Still Have Fun”
     Daniel Jost, “New York Loosens Up”
                                                                Stanford Social Innovation Review, Fall 2009
     Icon, October, 2010
                                                                Putting More Fun Into Play
     Johanna Agerman Ross, "A Playground"
                                                                Fast Company, March, 2009
     The New York Times, September 26, 2010
                                                                David Rockwell’s Imagination Playground
     David Rockwell, “Op-Chart: Unpacking Imagination”
                                                                Time, January 28th, 2009
     Design Week, September 9, 2010
                                                                The New Playground: Bye, Jungle Gym
     Dominic Lutyens, “Playing Fare”
                                                                Good Magazine, September / October, 2008
     CNN, September 2, 2010
                                                                Loose Parts Playgrounds
     Jessica Yellin, “Build-It-Yourself Playground
     Helps Kids Imagine”                                        Wall Street Journal, August 5th, 2008
                                                                The Architect-Designer Focuses on Child’s Play
     Interior Design, September, 2010
     Nicholas Tamarin, “Centerfold”                             NY1, August 4th, 2008
                                                                Where To Go: Imagination Playground In A Box
     WPIX Morning News with Lisa Matteo, August 17, 2010
     Kids Let Their Imaginations Grow At                        4 NBC News, July 31st, 2008
     The Imagination Playground!                                Portable Playgrounds Developed For Kids
     Time, August 9, 2010                                       Daily News, July 15th, 2008
     Harriet Barovick, “Building a Better Playground”           Imagination Playground opens in Brownsville to delight of
                                                                local children
     Time Out New York Kids, August 2010
     Tom Roston, “David Rockwell’s Innovative Play Spot Opens   New York Times, July 14th, 2008
     to New York Families”                                      A Playground Where Creativity Can Run Wild
     CBS, July 31, 2010                                         Thirteen/WNET, June 1st, 2008
     CBS Sunday Morning                                         Interview with David Rockwell
     Wall Street Journal, July 29, 2010                         CNBC, May 27th, 2008
     Ralph Gardner, “Making Work of Child’s Play”               Playgrounds Offer Imaginative
                                                                Sponshorship Opportunity
     NPR, July 27, 2010
     Robert Smith, “All Things Considered: The New              CBS, May 20th, 2008
     Economics of Fancy Playgrounds”                            CBS Sunday Morning Video
     NBC, July 27, 2010                                         New York Times, May 4th, 2008
     NY Nightly News                                            An Invitation to Child’s Play: Big Blocks
                                                                and Wheelbarrows
     Fox 5 New York, July 27, 2010
     Good Day New York                                          Tribeca Trib, November 2nd, 2007
                                                                Partying for the New Playground at Burling Slip
     The New York Times, July 26, 2010
     Corey Kilgannon, “A Newfangled Sandbox Arrives (Check      Charlie Rose, May 24th, 2007
     Out the Canals)”                                           A conversation with David Rockwell
     The Leonard Lopate Show, July 12th, 2010                   Boston Globe, April 15th, 2007
     The Way We Play: Modern Playground Design                  Back To The Playground
     The New Yorker, July 5, 2010                               Weekly Reader, April 6th, 2007
     Rebecca Mead, “State of Play: How Tot Lots Became          New Parks Are on the Way!
     Places to Build Children’s Brains”
                                                                The New Yorker, January 29th, 2007
     Parents, July, 2010                                        Comeback: Sand Men
     Susan Gregory Thomas, “Let them Play!”
                                                                ABC News, January 11th, 2007
     The New York Observer (Playground supplement),             New-Age Playgrounds Rule, as Long as the Kids
     June, 2010 Wendy Straker Hauser, “The Future is Now”       Are in Charge
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      色彩游乐场 其设计突破了传统方式,所有道具都可以拆卸,
      反映了“拥挤文化”的不定性
      material courtesy of • Rockwell Group, edited by • 梁万



      ImAgInATIon PlAygRoUnd THE dEsIgn sTylE
      bREAk THRoUgH THE TRAdITIonAl wAy, All PRoPs
      CAn bE REmovEd, REflECTIng THE "CUlTURE of
      CongEsTIon" of THE UnCERTAInTy
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                                通过自由松散的部件,游乐场使孩子们可以不断改变
                                玩具器械的排列,并重新设计、组合,创造出全新的游玩
                                情境,设计属于他们自己的游戏规则。
                                • With a focus on loose parts, Imagination
                                Playground offers a changing array of elements
                                that allows children to constantly reconfigure
                                their environment and to design their own
                                course of play.
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      色彩游乐场建在海港地区,位于曼哈顿下城。曼哈顿是
      高密度都市中社区规划的成功范例。整个地区近几年正
      处于居住房产的繁荣期也是很多纽约人向往居住的地
      区。游乐场建造在曼哈顿下城的最南端的海港上,周围
      的高密度环境以掌握了全球经济命脉的华尔街金融地区
      最为出名。摩天大楼,巨大的商业购物中心,百老汇,时
      报广场等都集中在曼哈顿这个狭长的岛上。海港地区的
      居住人口在过去的10年内急速增长,预计在下一个10年
      内会继续增长。据统计2009年7月曼哈顿的人口密集度
      为70,951/sq mi(27,394.3/km2) 它是全美人口密集度最
      高的纽约富人区。而曼哈顿也是全世界摩天大楼建筑密
      度最高的区域。几座最为出名的摩天大楼,曾经的世界
      贸易中心 (The World Trade Center),帝国大厦 (Empire
      State Building),克莱斯勒大厦 (Chrysler Building),华
      尔街40号 (40 Wall Street),伍尔沃斯大楼 (Woolworth
      Building), 大都会人寿保险大楼 (Met Life Tower) 这些
      都是世界上排名前10的最高建筑。
      早在70年代,纽约曼哈顿就以“拥挤文化”著称并且成
      为许多规划建筑师研究的对象。所谓“拥挤文化”从最                          象力的游乐场。                     色彩游乐场因所有道具都可以拆卸而反映了拥挤文化的
      为直观的角度来看就是曼哈顿的摩天大楼组成的高层                           纽约市市长在开幕仪式的发布会上强调:“色彩游乐场    不定性。罗克韦尔将3个部分放在同一地点让儿童们在
      高密度聚集,曼哈顿也因此被誉为是世界上最直接的拥                          的设计是为了给儿童提供一个多元化的活动场所。这个    同一游乐场获得了各自的空间。整个设计也表现出纽约
      挤文化的现实代表。在这里摩天楼成为最好的社会聚合                          创新的游乐场让儿童一边探索,一边设计,将培养学习    摩天大楼的特质:在游乐场中儿童无法再通过单一的功
      器,它将不同乃至完全相反的生活方式以层的形式叠置                          的兴趣和玩耍结合到了一起。”他还给予大卫・罗克威    能认知单一的部分,而游乐场本质十分僵化的物体内部
      在一起,形成独特的都市拥挤文化。                                  尔的设计非常高的评价。他说“与世界优秀的建筑师合    却包含千变万化,为儿童提供各种不同方式的游乐体验
      2 0 1 0 年 8 月,纽 约 市 市 长 迈 克 尔・彭 博(M i c h a e l   作完成卓越的作品以及空间设计,也再一次证明了市政    内容。
      Bloomberg)与建筑师大卫・罗克韦尔(David Rockwell),            府对规划设计有着很高的要求”。             罗克韦尔集团的设计让游乐场与有着悠久商业历史的曼
      共同为纽约市中心充满想象色彩的游乐场拉开帷幕。                           罗克韦尔在发布会上说 :“我对第一个永久的充满想象   哈顿海港有了一个完美的结合。它的建筑环境为一圆形
      这个游乐场经过5年的策划、开发和测试,最终建成。它                         力的游乐场充满自豪,身为罗克威尔集团的总裁首席建    凹地,外加游乐场的3个组成部分将它组成了一个航海船
      是由罗克威尔建筑团队构思和设计的公益项目,是属于                          筑师,我也是曼哈顿的居民以及一位父亲。我对纽约这    的外形,船上有模拟瀑布,登山绳,滑车和望远镜舷梯
      曼哈顿滨水绿色走廊项目的一部分。游乐场建造在曼哈                          个城市充满了感激,因为游乐场的开启可以让更多的居    一系列的游乐设施。游乐场的建设也是象征了纽约是一
      顿最南端的海港上,周围的高密度环境以掌握了全球经                          住在我们城市里的儿童,充分发挥自己的想象力和动手    个艺术创新的游乐场地。
      济命脉的华尔街金融区最为出名。摩天大楼、百老汇、                          能力,一边动手一边玩耍。”
      时报广场等都集中在曼哈顿这个狭长的岛上。                              色彩游乐场突破了提供单一游乐设施的传统方式,这里
      色彩游乐场的用地是一个被等待再利用的临时停车场,                          的所有游乐设施都是有变通性的。它由3个部分组成,
                                                                                    开篇,顶图:鲜艳的玩具器械总勾    开放式的沙滩游泳池。
      2004年被市政府规划为游乐场公共空间,共占地2050平                      一个开放式的沙滩游泳池,一个巨大的玩具器械单元组    起儿童的探索欲。           对页,上图:公共游戏场第2部分:
                                                                                    开篇,跨页图:色彩游乐场全景,    巨大的玩具器械单元组合。
      方米。大卫・罗克韦尔将创新的设计理念完美的与高效                          合,以及零散的游乐设施。这3个部分可以让儿童们尽情
                                                                                    儿童与各个游乐单元的互动。      对页,下图:公共游戏场第3部分:
      率的土地利用结合在一起,构成了第一个永久的充满想                          的创造再重组。                     本页,上图:公共游戏场第1部分:   零散的娱乐设施。




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                                纽约曼哈顿色彩游乐场                      Leslie Armstrong
                                Imagination Playground          项目设计师 Project Architect: Mala
                                美国 ,曼哈顿下城                       Parikh
                                New York, USA                   建筑设计团队 Architecture Project
                                                                Team: Sterling McMurrin and Claudia
                                合作伙伴 Partner:纽约市政府公共            Opel
                                空间管理部门                          工业设计团队 Industrial Design
                                设计单位 Design unit: Rockwell      Project Team:Caroline Kim, Shunyi
                                Group                           Wu, Cas Holman and Lucinda Waite
                                总设计师 Chief Designer: David      总建筑面积 The gross land area:
                                Rockwell                        18,000 square.ft(包括广场)
                                首席设计师 Founder and CEO:          地上建筑面积 Ground Floor Area:
                                David Rockwell                  12,000 square.ft
                                策划 总监 Strategy Director:        人口密集度 Population density:
                                Marc Hacker                     27,394.3/km2
                                项目主要负责人 Principal-in-Charge:    设计开始时间 Start Date: (Concept
                                Carmen Aguilar,Barry Richards   began) 2005
                                项目经理兼设计师 Project Manager/       建设开始时间 Start Date:
                                Project Architect: Glenn Fulk   (Construction began) 2009.05
                                项目经理 Project Manager:           竣工时间 Complete time: 2010.07
Landscape Architecture November, 2010
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