Building a Place to Play - House of Play release 2013 Design Brochure

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House of Play, a Doncaster based supplier of soft play management and equipment, are proud to announce the release of their new Design Brochure, covering the year of 2013.

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House of Play release 2013 Design Brochure

Upholding House of Play’s “Play for All” philosophy, customers can browse the new catalogue for examples of integrated and expansive soft play setups, appropriate for any intended demographic.

The soft play industry is both challenging and lucrative, with hundreds of factors needing to be borne in mind throughout the design and management process. The absolute highest standards of safety need to be upheld at all times, with excellent lighting and access routes for employees in case of emergencies, while the entire structure must be both visually and architecturally stimulating, able to entertain infants and challenge older children.

With all this in mind, House of Play are bringing top-tier construction quality and modern design sensibilities to businesses aspiring to expand or invest in soft play equipment, with their new and improved Design Brochure for 2013.

Upholding House of Play’s “Play for All” philosophy, customers can browse the new catalogue for examples of integrated and expansive soft play setups, appropriate for any intended demographic.

The brochure features ‘Baby’ areas for the youngest children to play and develop, with enough space to allow for independence and close parental supervision. Meanwhile ‘Toddler’ areas offer more interactive features to accommodate a wider range of abilities, with easy, ground-level lines of sight for parental supervision, a must-have for the term-time afternoons when toddlers represent a business’s largest clientele. Beyond this group, ‘Junior’ areas create more complex and challenging indoor play structures and environments, perfect for older children seeking a thrilling experience without ever placing themselves at risk, while offering with unified colour schemes and themes, helping transform generic environments into complete, immersive experiences.

Potential and existing customers are welcome to browse the 2013 Design Brochure now, though don’t have to limit themselves to the new soft play setups. House of Play offer comprehensive management support services, helping clients through every stage of setting up a new business. From building acquisition to day to day management, House of Play are working to ensure their new catalogue doesn’t represent standalone purchases, it’s part of the long-term goal to create a profitable and popular establishment.

House Of Play are a Doncaster based soft play supplier, having spent the past twenty years cultivating expertise in developing, installing and operating play areas for children. They’re constantly updating their products and services to reflect modern techniques and standards, now available to customers through their 2013 Design Brochure.

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