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playscape

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  1. playscapenoun

    A playground with an integrated design of equipment, especially with components made from wood and natural products

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  1. Playscape

    Playscape A playful landscape characterised by the occurrence of enjoyment by the public & all those that interact with it. Sometimes used to refer to playspaces that look and feel like a natural environment. However, landscape architects and designers are increasingly using the term to express areas of cities that encourage interaction and enjoyment of all ages. The natural playscape is defined as a space with as little man made components as possible. Using native plants, rolling hills, lots of trees; playscapes represent a natural place such as a forest. Playscapes are designed with the intent of bringing children and people back to nature. Urban playscapes are similar to the natural playgrounds in so far as they break from the need for specific play equipment they are defined not by clear boundaries but through a shaping of the landscape to encourage play and interaction. A good example of this is redundant modernist public plazas that become skate parks. Playscapes offer a wide range of open-ended play options that allow people to be creative and use their imagination. Playscapes offer a wide range of developmental benefits to children, rehabilitation programs and all people in general.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of playscape in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of playscape in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

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