A moment of sharing! 

This artistic installation is composed of surprising furniture. The aim is to create a playful space dedicated to conviviality, creativity and exchanges between generations.

The architectural rendering is composed of different modules, spaces to play, to organise workshops, to read, to create or to relax. The aim of this play area is to raise visitors’ awareness of nature, thanks to the partnership set up with the Jura company “Bête à bois” from Arinthod. Their creations of wooden games invented on the theme of cooperation and fine motor skills for all ages and all audiences allow families to handle portions of Laughing cows in an original way.

Bruno Thomas, winner of the 2020 Arts and Crafts Prize, explains: “Our children, our elders and people with disabilities deserve to have their own tools. This gives meaning to my profession. »

Good to know: access to the esplanade is free!

Design and realisation of the architecture by the association – Schaft – Benjamin Frick and Édouard Rochet