In the diverse and generic game landscape, small and large visitors can go on an exotic and futuristic journey. The element and guiding principle is the children's book "The 35th May or Konrad rides into the South Seas" by Erich Kästner. In this book, Kästner Gardens described as a fantastic travel destination to distant lands and times with many extraordinary experiences - the IGA designers served as a rich source of inspiration.
The small and large IGA visitors experience the story from the perspective of the main figure of the nine-year-old Konrad and encounter his faithful companion Negro Kaballo at all playgrounds. The acrobatic black circus horse becomes a signpost for the journey through the playing landscape and connects the different play venues to a coherent story. Figures and details, such as the jungle whale, the human shark, the giant anemone, the automated city electropolis and the corrugated iron equator, line the way in the form of unique sculptures, spectacular climbing constructions, water games and interactive play elements.
All the playgrounds of the IGA at a glance:
- "Konrad's Journey"
- "Electropolis" Forest playground
- "Konrad and the Polynesian giant aisles"