The Butterfly opens up for a world of climbing, sensory play and hanging out together.
The rope net system offers three-dimensional climbing, rich in training proprioception, coordination and physical growth. The structural twists and turns allow the nets to translate geometric design into complex and tempting shapes that develop spatial awareness whilst opening a world of social fun.
Slide to learn what's under the butterfly wings
The yellow sensory Butterfly features three optic moiré panels at ground level. Looking through these from different angles make new patterns appear and spark a sense of wonder.
All the Butterflies invite to physical activity. The twisted nets stimulate clever climbing and balancing techniques, and particularly the green physical Butterfly promotes this with balance disks suspended in ropes and the thrilling bannister bars offering a fast glide to the ground.
The Butterflies are highly social because of their transparency. Children can always see each other and communicate, but this blue social Butterfly also offers meeting spaces. At ground-level the swaying hangout pods or on top with the twisted membranes that add a fun inclined meeting destination.
The Butterflies can stand alone or in combination.
Each additional frame doubles the potential and fun.
Elegantly curved wings and twisted climbs invite climbing attempts again and again.See product
Hot dip galvanization and a powder coated top finish provide an ultimate corrosion resistance in all climates around the world. Lifetime warranty on the galvanized structure, and 10 years on the paint.
19 mm rope of the special 'Hercules'-type with galvanized six-stranded steel wires. The ropes are highly wear and vandalism resistant and can be replaced at site if needed.
The rope is attached to the large steel pipe by a unique KOMPAN designed tightening solution. Besides protecting the rope, it is smooth on the outside and easy to tighten if needed.
Friction-proof rubberized material of conveyor belt quality with excellent UV resistance. Embedded is a four-layered armouring made of woven polyester.
Novel ways of climbing, shifting from horizontal to vertical looping patterns, will strengthen more than children’s muscles and motor skills. It will benefit their brains, too: research states that moving in new ways supports the working memory.
Jeanette Fich Jespersen
Head of KOMPAN Play Institute