The Architecture of Play

DeCamp, Mary Lowery
2012

Playgrounds have long been a fixture of childhood and the built environment and were first introduced in America in the late nineteenth century. Certain architectural qualities of playgrounds can lead to specific, important developmental outcomes for a child by facilitating stimulating play. Despite research which proves this as well as the acknowledgment of the failures of certain ... read more

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