The Architecture of Inclusive Play

Last week, ASLA’s Northern California Chapter invited Ross Recreation to speak at a South Bay subcommittee evening event that focused on how to create unique and universally accessible play environments, playgrounds that are both inclusive and, at the same time, present a unique community story. We invited John McConkey of Landscape Structures to join us because of John’s many years of experience with inclusive play design. John’s talk included local examples of projects that incorporated community history, and universally accessible playground design: Coy Park (San Jose), Kennedy Park (Union City), Martial Cottle Park (San Jose), and Dauenhauer Park (Santa Rosa).

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