Creating spaces that contribute to the well-being of our communities requires a new approach.

The traditional design of passive space doesn’t suit our modern way of life. People now lack ‘in real life’ social connections and access to places to be physically active.  

Urbanisation and pressure on indoor facilities elevate the role public space plays in our health and well-being.

Providing spaces for youth, all ethnicities, all ages to feel a sense of belonging is the essence of building a healthy community.

Young people, for example, prefer informal activities and 76% are motivated to be active for fun. Freely accessible, informal games and sports respond to this trend.

Traditional sports - Rugby, Cricket, Netball - are on the decline and more international sports - Basketball, Volleyball, Football - are growing. 3X3 Basketball, Futsal and Beach Volleyball are popular and growing alternatives that work well as public space activators.

With pressure on Council budgets, an efficient approach is a must for maximum social and economic return on investment for Council and community.

World Cup Modular Pump Track, Northcote

90% of our products are 100% recyclable and we are integrating climate-positive design into projects and a dedicated research and development team for improved products and services.