Landscape architecture, public space improvements and environmental objects

Children's playground in Uzvaras Park, Jelgava The playground concept is based on the local resources of masters and natural materials. The created playground is not only a functional, but also a high-quality urban environment object, educational for its users, ecological and ‘living’. The playground has more than 20 individually designed children's leisure and play equipment of local oak material. The source of inspiration for the largest equipment of the playground is the shape of the largest oak in Latvia - Kaive secular oak and its circumference. In addition, there are wooden sculpture objects in each square - Latvian wild animals.
Author: Kristine Dreija

Client: Council of Jelgava City

Address or location:
Uzvaras iela 51, Jelgava

Technical information:


SIA Alejas projekti

Main subcontractors, partners:
SIA Labie koki konstrue

Author of photos:
Kristine Dreija, Kristine Graudule