Berliner Seilfabrik

The roots of the Berliner Seilfabrik can be traced back to 1865 and the foundation of a company to produce ropes for the Berlin-based elevator manufacturing industry. Since then, the quality of Berliner ropes has built a worldwide reputation for quality. At the beginning of the 1970s, Berliner Seilfabrik developed the first net structures as climbing equipment. In over 30 years of producing children’s play equipment based on creative ideas and a competent staff, the company has created an extensive array of products, offering interesting and recognisable designs for all kinds of playground landscapes. National and international patents make most of the programme parts unique and are proof of the company’s technical leadership.



Combination Martin Luther King School play equipment, 2002 (Photo: Rick Henke)

Awards: Bundespreis Gute Form 1971; Designpreis Internationales Design Zentrum Berlin 1986; red dot design award 1993 (red dot: best of the best), 1994, 1995, 2006; Designpreis der Bundesrepublik Deutschland 2007 (Nomination).

Exhibitions: German Design Highlights, exhibition in Asia, 1998.

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