Design Portfolio

Ryan - Urban Design

Design Portfolio 

To view some of our designer’s projects, view our portfolio here

 

Landscape Led Design

Jennifer started working as a Landscape Architect with Jupiter Play in 2018 and has 8 years of previous experience in the play industry. She has a background in Landscape Architecture which strongly informs her approach to the design process. With a passion for playful, landscape led design – she brings a flair for design and creativity to play projects.

 

 

 

Bespoke Design

After graduating in 2016 Rosie started working for Jupiter Play as a Junior Designer. Within two years Rosie’s design for Bath House Meadows, a £250k fully inclusive, bespoke PiPA destination play area was delivered in Essex. Since then the design of bespoke play equipment has become the main focus of Rosie’s role at Jupiter and she now works closely with our suppliers to turn sketch concepts into installation plans. Attending NTU’s Innovation Community Lab has given Rosie skills, knowledge and tools to constantly innovate and develop ideas when working on projects and within the company itself.

 

 

Urban and Interactive Design

Taking inspiration from the materials, environments and needs of urban spaces Ryan produces designs that help inspire those in close communities to not only visit their local park but also adopt a more active lifestyle. Our interactives tie in well with this and as such Ryan has extensive experience designing with our Yalp interactive range. Ensuring that our one of a kind product comes with a second to none design. Ryan has 2 years of experience in this specific field and 4 years before that studying Industrial Design.

 

 

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