KuKuk box on video

A playground in Iraq

This playground was built in Khanke, on the grounds of the orphanage and education centre as part of the “Our Bridge” initiative in northern Iraq. About 250 children benefit from the playground every day, including those living in the neighbouring refugee camp. It was financed as a crowdfunding project together with KuKuk.

Play during wartime

Children in war zones suffer from psychological stress and trauma. It is here that supporting initiatives and aid organisations become important, as they try to at least offer the children a distraction.

Traumatised children at least find some form of relief in play. Play containers are therefore a very important initiative for them.

Construction of a KuKuk Box

Play containers are an increasingly popular way of creating a DIN-certified, high-quality and versatile play area in a short space of time and with little effort.

Setting up a KuKuk box is quick and easy.

…and suddenly it was all about us.

An impressive piece on the art education integration project [Lampedusa Calling], initiated by the Stadtjugendring Herrenberg youth organisation – with the vision “Courage for humanity”.

Time lapse of the construction

In the simplest case, an open, paved area is all you need to set up a play container in a public space – for example in a pedestrian precinct, on a market square or in a school playground.

Once you have that, it’s all very quick to set up.


Many towns, councils and other local authorities that started by purchasing one KuKuk Box now own several play containers. Having this sort of inventory also makes it much easier to plan conversions or refurbishments.

Play containers for Ukraine

KuKuk Box play containers are available in different designs, and one of them has been specially developed for use in crisis regions.

Play is not a luxury, play is an important lifeblood – and a human right.

Skatepark in a Box

“Skatepark in a Box” is a new, versatile and at the same time sustainable concept for the further development of mobile skate facilities around the world.

As the name suggests, the project consists of a skatepark and a box. The skatepark was designed by Cologne landscape architect and skatepark specialist Ralf Maier, and the box was designed by us.

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