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Mix and Match: Tools to Design Urban Play

This toolkit offers possible design interventions, inspiration, and evaluation guidance to assess child-friendliness in urban spaces.

Creating inclusive spaces for all ages is central to a number of urban agendas.

This toolkit provides possible design interventions to create more inclusive play environments from the street to the neighbourhood. It is aimed at a variety of stakeholders, including policymakers, designers, planners, architects, NGOs and residents. By mixing and matching ideas ranging from DIY solutions to more elaborate urban interventions, the toolkit can be seen as a guide to creatively engage with planning for child-friendly environments.

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