Univers showcases see-through outer frame structures with three-dimensional nets inside. This includes classic forms like the Spaceball and Neptun. But also in the Joe Brown Collection, the three-dimensional network found a new home in The Globe or The Cube – the first wooden spatial net structures. All tensioning points are provided with the patented AstemTT tensioning system. This ensures that no technical connecting elements or rope loops are located in the play area.
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Available in different sizes, the DNA Towers consist of graceful towers containing three-dimensional climbing nets stretched inside external steel skeletons. A careful combination of curved and straight metal tubing results in a spiral resembling the structure of DNA. This impression is further enhanced by chosen colour schemes, as well as the use of differing thicknesses of tubing. The DNA Towers have been deliberately designed to give an open and unencumbered feel. Depending on the height of the tower in question, narrow mesh netting provides the necessary safety. This results in a near see-through design.DNA Towers
Joe Brown Collection
Joseph Brown was born in 1909 as a son of Russian immigrants in Philadelphia, United States of America. At the age of 18 he was the recipient of a football scholarship from Temple University in Philadelphia, where he studied physical education. Shortly before he was to graduate, he left university and became a professional boxer. Following an injury, Joe discovered he had a weakness for sculpture and devoted more and more time to the arts.Joe Brown Collection
The first totally spherical rope play structure offers exciting play options. Cosmo is a whole new round of fun in play equipment. Apart from the basic system, Cosmo stands out due to its many freely selectable add-ons and diverse play activities. For example, climbing nets and walls or the “banister” with its double curved tubes can be added all around. The curved tubes of the frame system are made of stainless steel, the connecting points of the space structure of powder coated cast aluminium.Cosmo
Climbing, rocking, hand-over-hand climbing and swinging, up and down, horizontally and vertically – net structures o er hours of fun and adventure on several levels. The original spatial nets, born almost 50 years ago as a play concept, continuously further developed in form and detail. Still popular even after several generations are our Univers Classics: 17 nets in different geometrical shapes, sizes and supporting constructions. With our flexible Frameworx space frame, we have achieved an optimal net volume, i.e. with the Spaceballs: Plenty of room for playing on a small area. All structures feature the innovative AstemTT tensioning system.Classics