Design play spaces that create a sense of wonder

Our work is a result of a collaboration, understanding a space, a community and our client’s requirements. Whether it is a landscape led approach to connect children to nature or a playground project to activate a community, our diverse portfolio of play projects showcase the innovation we deliver every day.

Stewart Park

Stewart Park was procured directly by Middlesbrough Council and funded through the Play Builder scheme. Jupiter Play & Leisure worked with landscape architects from Middlesbrough Council

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Holland Park

Holland Park

Holland Park in Kensington & Chelsea is The Royal Borough’s largest park with 22.5 hectares of gardens, children’s play facilities, sports areas, a cafeteria and

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Merlin Park

Merlin Park

Merlin Park is part of a large-scale masterplan development including 900 new homes, a business park, cycleways, a series of environmental interventions, a public play

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Roseangle Play Area

Roseangle Play Park

Roseangle Play Park was in urgent need of an upgrade after previous equipment splitting and breaking. Despite the leafy green appearance of the area, the

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St Fillans Park

St Fillans Park

St. Fillans is a pretty, picturesque, conservation village situated within Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Playspaces are particularly engaging when they involve exploration,

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Stoneham Lane

Stoneham Lane

Stoneham lane is a fantastic example of high-quality play spaces for housing developments. Ask for beauty: People want to live in beautiful places, they want

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Anchorsholme Park

Jupiter Play was consulted with early on in the Anchorsholme Park project and worked alongside the client to create a mood board that explored ideas

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Halstead Public Gardens

Halstead Public Gardens is the quintessentially Victorian garden, complete with a bandstand and beautifully maintained flower beds. The brief was to create an inclusive play

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Houlton Field

King Edward VII Play Area

London Borough of Brent wanted to enhance their existing toddler provisions at King Edward VII with wildlife-themed equipment – adding an inclusive ‘wow’ feature unit

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