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Playgrounds - Guariuba on Robinie poles
The danish company Tracer have delivered the wood to these playgrounds. Designed for kids physical activity the climbing frames can vary from very simple structures to the larger and more complex structures like a wooden fort, which often consists of a range of elements such as swings, slides, climbing walls and monkey bars.

The structures consist of a mix of Robinie wood used for poles and South American species Guariuba used for stringers.The Guariuba is chosen due to its good durability in outdoor uses. Over time both species will transform into a light grey color.
Case details
Country:Denmark
City:Lynge
Year:2011
Place of construction:
Constructed by:
Designed by:
Project owned by:
Wood supplied by:Tracer
FSC License Code:FSC-C007701
Species used
Types of use
Exterior panelling, Wood frame house, Heavy carpentry, Decking
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