Designed in 3D, rope structures allow children to take complete ownership of the space, making use of both the peripheral and inside sections of the equipment. Crossing requires concentration and good hand-foot coordination to best manage the instability of the ropes and, in some cases, the suspended stepping stones at the centre of the structures.
By going higher, children expand their perception of space. Although the same climbing overcoming their fear of heights.
Rope structures can be connected to other types of play equipment, such as slides and climbing walls, or incorporate aerial trails to move from one module to the next without putting a foot on the ground.