• 1974 ----- color ----- 11 min ----- 16mm///
  • Shows how creative playgrounds provide opportunities for children to build their own play environments and enjoy their creations in a nonregimented atmosphere with only an adult "leader" and assistants to help and furnish general supervision. Presents the argument that creative playgrounds give children the best chance to develop mutual respect, discipline and a better understanding of society.
  • Topics: (Architecture, Community Life, Urban Planning/Restoration)