i.play continued its quest for world domination as Germany installed its first Intelligent Play System.
We were delighted to be involved in the €600,000 project and installed the first mains powered i.play as part of an exciting development.
St. Matthaus Ein Zuhause fur kinder is a popular Evangelical Church in Bremen. A lot of work goes into helping the community and the idea to build the play area was to give children a place to play while parents went to mass.
The i.play was originally created as a solar powered unit, although to suit the different needs of clients we now offer a mains powered unit as an alternative.
Since the grand opening in June 2012 the i.play has proved to be a great success with our German friends and is very popular with the children in the community.
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