Relationship with nature and musical technical finesse
A unique addition to Germany’s museum landscape, the Sound Playground combines elements of nature with technical and musical sophistication. The artfully arranged climbing landscape, constructed by playground architect Michael Graseman, is made of Black Locust beams, which offer different levels of difficulty for balancing and climbing, due to the natural growth shape of this heavy timber. The Sound part of the playground was conceived and designed by Erwin Stache. Four invisible sound installations are integrated into the playground and offer children creative possibilities, namely to experiment with tones, sound groups and noises as they play.