SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Case Study: Playground Equipment That Inspires Occupations For Children

Vision

The Vision of this project was “what do I want to be when I grow up?”

When talking with the incredible staff at Second Baptist, we realized that we had an opportunity to build a fully immersive environment where children could truly dream what they wanted to be when they grew up.

With the help of PLAYTIME’s Creative Design Team, we looked to create an environment that children would enjoy time and again. By featuring different themes throughout the play area, we were able to provide options for a different imaginative experience each time the children visit the location.

The Challenge

After listing occupations which included; astronaut, pilot, farmer, marine biologist, police officer, fireman, construction worker, veterinarian, and artist – how do we come up with a cohesive design that looked like everything blended together in an exciting and aesthetic way?

How We Did It

Being apart of the PlayPower Family of brands, Soft Play was able to deliver an expansive paly area that features not only sculpted foam play sculptures but robust contained play units as well.  Soft Play provides an exciting world where kids can run, jump, climb, crawl, and play how best fits their age and ability.

Result

Our results were fantastic and we were pleased about the project upon completion.

Click each picture below to view the final playground installations.

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Client Testimonial

“This space used to be a bookstore, so when we decided to create a play area we wanted something really special – not just for our church members, but the community as well.

As a mom of young children, when we first saw the final installation, we knew it was something incredible. We have been to all the latest and greatest and nothing compares to what we have done here at Second City. Everything is super safe because it is soft and cushioned, everything is so well thought out.”

—Iris Monroy: Coordinator of Second City, Second Baptist Church

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