The Infinity Swing

At Climbing Frames New Zealand we have found an amazing installation that was at the Museum of Modern Art in Aalborg’, Denmark by German artist Thilo Frank, which allowed visitors to swing into the infinite. “The Phoenix is closer than it appears” is a 4 x 4 x 8m box that contains a swing in the centre and the inside is …

Ever heard of Competitive Swings?

We have never heard of Competitive Swinging before at Climbing Frames New Zealand. This is installation art that will get you flying high! Huge rope swings were installed in an old gymnasium and it’s 5 on 5 where the aim of the game is to see who can have the most fun! Sounds like our kind of game! Though the …

The Waterfall Swing

Climbing Frames New Zealand have discovered an amazing Waterfall Swing. The Waterfall Swingset is an intelligent swingset made from mechanical waterjets (solenoids) that create a falling plane of water in the path of the swinger. Just as the rider reaches the rainfall the water parts briefly, allowing the rider to swing through without getting wet. This intelligent swingset can also be programmed to write …

Easter Bunny Cupcakes

With Easter just around the corner, our Climbing Frames New Zealand team have a great recipe to share with you to make some lovely Easter Bunny Cupcakes. Ingredients: 1. Box Betty Crocker SuperMoist yellow or white cake mix Water, vegetable oil and eggs or egg whites called for on cake mix box instructions Pink food color 2. Betty Crocker® Whipped …

Musical Light Swings on the Streets of Montreal

Climbing Frames New Zealand have found an amazing project called 21 Balancoires (21 Swings) which is a recent project by Canadian design collective Daily Tous Les Jours known for their wide variety of interactive public installations and experiences. Surrounded on both sides by a new music complex and science center, designers Mouna Andraos and Melissa Mongiat chose to bridge the gap …