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El año ha empezado con la agenda completa. La segunda semana de enero, recién despedidas las Navidades, me llamaron de la empresa Plotho para que documentase el proceso de instalación de uno de sus parques infantiles en el futuro Parque de Arganzuela: el Esqueleto.
En lugar de los tradicionales toboganes o columpios, estos parques son auténticos laberintos de madera de robinia, que importan desde Alemania, donde los niños pueden subir, trepar y dejarse caer en sus redes.
Es un trabajo realizado por Plotho, SL para BDU, distribuidor oficial de Richter Spielgeräte GmbH.
Mario Herráiz, Ignacio Jiménez y Javier Poza fueron los artistas a cargo del montaje.

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The year has started with a busy agenda. The second week of January, right after the Christmas Holidays, a children’s garden furniture company named Plotho SL called me to take pictures of the process of installation of a climbing structure, they were building in the soon-to-be Parque de Arganzuela, in Madrid.
Instead of the traditional slide or swing, these parks are genuine labyrinths made of robinia wood, imported from Germany, where kids can climb, jump, and let themselves fall on the nets.

This is a Plotho work for BDU, Richter Spielgeräte dealer.
Mario Herráiz, Ignacio Jiménez and Javier Poza were the artist in charge of building it.
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