This airy dreamscape was imagined and designed by Spanish architects Eduardo Navadijos and Csaba Tarsoly in the city of Boadilla del Monte. Clean facades and wide pavilions make for a sunny yet protective structure. It’s perfect for uninhibited fun on summer days.  Photo 2 of 11 in 10 Playgrounds With Modern Twists
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There’s nothing brutal about the interior of this Brutalist-inspired playground in the Royal Institute of British Architects. Pastel foam replaces the cold cement shapes found vintage British Brutalist playgrounds. Its edgy, off-kilt, angles are balanced with the soft hues and materials. Together, this modern Brutalist Playground repackages the stern structures of the past into a sweet and palpable escape.  Photo 4 of 11 in 10 Playgrounds With Modern Twists
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A team of thirty designers and architects developed this perforated playful structure in Bordeaux, France. This chic industriel playground is a modern addition of the Génicart housing community of the 1960s. It revives the spaces with complementary rectangular lines, a sunlit hue, and a compact hub for children to gather and play.  Photo 3 of 11 in 10 Playgrounds With Modern Twists
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