Entertainment-educational complex in Slovakia
Do you know which highest peak of the Low Tatras the cable car leads to? What is the name of the southernmost protected landscape area in Slovakia? And how to find the north? Games, quizzes, discovery, active movement and challenges - all this is part of the original entertainment and educational complex, which we designed for our Slovak client.
The design of an attractive complex is aimed primarily at families with children aged 4 to 10 years. The difficulty of entertaining educational elements forming a visually and thematically comprehensive concept is very diverse. Visitors have a choice of a more physically demanding route consisting of low rope obstacles, a ropeway and a set of crawling houses, or the second variant, which is a physically easier educational trail full of interesting games and quizzes. Both routes can be combined.
The dominant feature is 3 inverted houses full of rope and net obstacles, including bridges and a slide. The simple shape of the houses with different mutual rotation, size and location in the terrain evokes a feeling of instability and movement. The following set of 9 low rope obstacles combines movement, balance, adrenaline and relaxation elements. Part of the route is a ropeway, which thematically fits into the educational game - it is directed to the top of Chopok, which makes a hint for one of the riddles.
The educational game uses views of the surrounding peaks of the Low and Western Tatras. In the central part of the complex there is a world map and quizzes that direct visitors to two circuits in the complex. The inner circle focuses on Slovakia, the outer circle deals with issues from around the world. The topics of the questions can cover a variety of disciplines and can be varied. The educational route also includes sites focused on orientation and geography - monoculars with views of mountain peaks, north star or sundials. The design also includes a playground and a comprehensive solution for planting vegetation.