Pole Labyrinth in a Kindergarten at Salzburg 1994

Mount Labyrinth (5 paths, permanent structure) Kindergarten Salzburg.
Materials: 700 wooden poles.
Diameter: 6.75 m.

My first labyrinth in a public place
Cylindrical timber pickets are an ideal material for children. The play of light on them also creates a dynamic rhythmn. The colors, moving through the spectrum from red to orange and yellow in the centre, represent the sun and the energy of life. The children can play hide-and-seek here but the centre of this labyrinth with its five pathways also offers a safe refuge.

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