What is a Luckey Climber?
Are Luckey Climbers Safe?
Specifically, there are no falls greater than 18 inches and there are no “cascades”, meaning a child cannot slide down multiple climbing panels. Platforms are also placed so that no one can stand up… and if you can’t stand up, you can’t fall down.
Where Can I Find a Luckey Climber?
From outdoor parks to shopping centers and malls, zoos and aquariums, schools and children’s museums, we’ve been changing how people use public spaces and transforming ordinary places into playgrounds with climbable works of art around the world. Find a Luckey Climber nearest to you here.
How are Luckey Climber's Made?
We maintain a 29,000-square foot design and fabrication facility in New Haven, Connecticut. Here, we house our digital design suite, complementary steel fabrication studio, and a 5-axis CNC mill used to shape Luckey Climber platforms.
The wooden platforms are formed using a mold,
Once the fabrication process is complete, the Luckey installation team is sent to the job site where our skilled technicians erect the steel structure, secure each individual climbing platform, and hand-weave the netting through the Luckey Climber.
Check out a recent Q&A with our design team for a more in-depth discussion on the balance of art, design, and space while creating challenging, rewarding, and safe pieces of climbable sculptures.