At Proludic, we believe an award recognises one thing: that we’ve helped our client achieve their project vision for a great playground.
Innovative design, functional, inclusive, robust, sustainable: these are some of the criteria used to judge an award-winning design.
Seven projects we have contributed to were recently recognised by Parks and Leisure Australia and AILA as examples of well-designed playspaces.
One of our award-winning projects is Reserve 871, The Ponds, with Blacktown City Council in Western Sydney. The NSW/ACT region of Parks & Leisure Australia awarded Reserve 871 the 2017 NSW Playspace Award Major (for playgrounds with a budget of over $500 000).
In the creation of Reserve 871, Proludic acted as both playground design consultant and supplier/installer of the play equipment. There’s no doubt, a successful project is always a team effort and we collaborated closely with Blacktown City Council.
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Tidlangga Playspace and Pocket Orchard in Adelaide has been awarded the Parks & Open Space Award of Excellence by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) Awards (South Australia). We worked closely with the City of Adelaide’s Design and Strategy team, supplying key elements of play equipment.
Reserve 871, The Ponds, Kwinana Adventure Park and Community Bank Adventure Playground were all FINALISTS in the Parks & Leisure Australia National Awards of Excellence.
Kwinana Adventure Park was announced WINNER of the Parks & Leisure Australia National Awards for Park of the Year and Playspace Major, at the Awards of Excellence Gala Dinner held on October 24 on the Gold Coast.
Tidlangga Playspace and Pocket Orchard, and Haslop Reserve Playspace were both FINALISTS in the 2017 AILA National Landscape Architecture Awards.