Brodno Theme park built with pallets in Targowek, Warsaw

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In the district of Targowek, Warsaw, recently the Dutch architects firm Refunk have created at the Brodno Park ( near the City Hall ) ​​this recreational area with many recycled elements, especially the wooden pallets. They are a good example of how with good ideas we can create valuable public facilities but at a low-cost price, and also encouraging indirectly to recycle.

Brodno Theme park built with pallets in Targowek, Warsaw

 Brodno Theme park built with pallets in Targowek, Warsaw2

 Brodno Theme park built with pallets in Targowek, Warsaw3

 Brodno Theme park built with pallets in Targowek, Warsaw4

Inside this temple, which to can access via a bridge also made ​​with pallets, you can rest and ponder your next recycling project or enjoy the wonderful views of the park. The park and its attractions are designed to develop imagination and creativity of its pedestrians.

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 Brodno Theme park built with pallets in Targowek, Warsaw6

Also some shaded seating areas have been installed where the pallet is 100 % protagonist. Perhaps some of these ideas can inspire you and create something interesting and fun for your garden, it can be both for you and for your children to play. You will enjoy designing, creating and using it !

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There are numerous games that can be found: a giant sphere made ​​of plastic bottles, the game of the Mikado XXXl version, the game of 3 in a Row also giant, or even a laberint made with wooden boards! But not everything are games, there are also areas with vegetable patchs where tomatoes and sunflowers are planted, and the neighbors have been offered to clean up the weed of all the park. Common work culture perhaps?

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 Brodno Theme park built with pallets in Targowek, Warsaw9

Do you like this pallet theme park project? Do you want to look for other DIY pallet furniture projects?