Cities in Europe and around the world should move towards becoming a more stimulating environment for everyone. Urban planning currently raises the issue placing the human being at the center of the urban space. Golotro playgrounds are a possible answer to these concerns.
Golotro are huge wooden structures, intended for parks and public places …
They involve abstract shapes with curves, slopes, and complex surfaces to make you run, jump, and slide, in brief to have fun.
Golotro playgrounds are beautiful and big.Their abstract and impressive shapes will take your imagination by surprise and inspire even the youngest among us.
They are urban sculptures that bring life to their environment.
Golotro playgrounds are wonderfulplaying areas as well as a meeting place for all generations.
Boys and girls from 5 to 55 years old can explore them. Parents can finally play with their children.
Golotro playgrounds comply with European safety standard sso that you can safely have all the fun in the world.
They are made in natural resin-free wood issued from sustainably managed forests.
Riding the Golotro is always a good time.
Lionel is an engineer and an experienced project developer with a long experience of the construction industry.
Above all, he is a dad who enjoys sharing good time with his three children.
Yuanmei is a young Taiwanese architect who settled in France afew years ago and recently finished her Masters in Architecture.
She is involved in the digital design of the prototypes.
Isabelle is an illustrator for children’s books. She is in charge of graphic design, illustrations, and the logo.
Contributing to this project is also important to her as a mom.