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  • Case story - Physically active young people in the neighbourhood, Mölndal, Sweden

    Åby, Mölndal, is a social housing complex near Gothenburg. The site has two schools, and over the past two years, plenty of space has been made available for outdoor physical activity.

  • Case story - Design should come from the community

  • Case story - An open-access leisure site for youth

    The Le Mée area north of Paris has a total of 22,500 inhabitants and has a particularly great need for free-access outdoor leisure solutions for the local youth. With 39% of the inhabitants of Le Mée below the age of 25 and 32.5% under 20, the big outdoor activity area is well used. A large proportion of the inhabitants are immigrants, predominantly with African, Arab or Asian backgrounds.

  • KOMPAN Play Institute - Nowhere to Go newsletter

  • 2013/4/18

  • Physical Activity among Preschool Children

    The physical activity habits of children are established as early as the first year of life and have been suggested to follow many children through their school years into adulthood. We know that obesity and risks of cardiovascular diseases, for instance, are developed as early as the first few years of childhood.

  • Energy Expenditure in Children during Play on Kompan ICON SPACE and NOVA Playgrounds

    Physical activity levels are decreasing from childhood into adolescence and time spent being physically inactive is increasing. The consequences can be obesity and increased risk of metabolic irregularities. Evidence is suggesting that children spending most of the time on moderate physical activity have a decreased risk of metabolic syndrome.

  • 2013/4/18

  • 2013/4/18

    The sedentary lifestyle of young people in Europe has reached drastic measures. Activity levels have declined markedly, especially among the young girls. Many reports have stated that one of the reasons for this inactivity is the lack of places to go.

  • 2013/4/18

    This issue of the Nowhere to Go newsletter features a new survey on 14yearolds energy expenditure and physical activity levels when playing on KOMPAN ICON. On top of that a new publication from the KOMPAN Play Institute features the universal design approach for playgrounds and the new trends in this area of playground knowledge.

  • KOMPAN Play Institute - Nowhere to Go newsletter

    This issues deals with play cases from different parts of Europe and takes a look at New York as well.
    Young people up to the age of 16 have proximity as a main requirement for their outdoor places. And so do the parents. In Manhattan Plaza, an affordable housing estate in New York, a rooftop play area has embraced the wishes of parents and young people.

  • 2013/4/18