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Whirlix Design Inc. believes in the power of play and the crucial role it plays in a child's emotional, social and intellectual development.

"When it comes to brain development, time in the classroom may be less important than time on the playground." - Jon Hamilton, NPR, Scientists Say Child's Play Helps Build A Better Brain, Aug. 6, 2014

We are partnering with companies like Landscape Structures to bring the highest level of quality and inventiveness to the playgrounds we build.  We look forward to discussing your playground project with you.



Testimonials

You guys rock! I’m serious. We have started working on more and more school projects, and I can’t wait to get Whirlix involved on more of them. You’re always on top of it, and a joy to work with. So thank you!

 

Courtney K. – Studio 16:19

Episcopal Day School is thrilled with our Dinosaur and Motorcycle Tuffriders!  Tiffany provided superior customer service and went above and beyond to have our new playground equipment delivered quickly.  We look forward to working with Whirlix again!

Anne B., Paris, TX

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Whirlix Design’s Playgrounds Make the Ultimate Playground List for Collin County, TX!

Collin County’s Local Profile just posted their “Ultimate guide to the best playgrounds in and around Collin County, TX.” Whirlix Design is pleased to see four of it’s playgrounds make this list: Frank Kent’s Dream Park in Fort Worth, Space Station Playground at McCord Park in Little Elm, Dragon Playground at Bicentennial Park in Southlake … Continue reading Whirlix Design’s Playgrounds Make the Ultimate Playground List for Collin County, TX!

Going Beyond ADA Compliance to Inclusivity

In July, Jill Moore, an Inclusive Play Specialist from Landscape Structures® spoke at the American Society of Landscape Architects Conference on the subject of inclusive play design.  Moore, a former Paralympian athlete, is deeply passionate about her mission: To make sure every child on every playground gets to have fun. Moore has a deep understanding … Continue reading Going Beyond ADA Compliance to Inclusivity

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