I'm planning an indoor sensory gym and need help with layout. It's basically an indoor playground or a children's gym, but what will be unique about it is that it will be 100% child-proof and video-monitored. (For those who know the sensory/therapy lingo, it will target proprioceptive input.) I'm trying to figure out an ideal layout so it is functional, uncluttered, and visually appealing as we'll be walking through it every day. I want it to look like a really cool but normal house as much as possible.
-Wii and space to play it
-Airwalker/cuddle swing (top left in below collage)
-Crash pad (3x4 or 5x5, bottom left of collage)
-Traverse rock-climbing wall (requires a mat beneath but does not need a belay--the point is to move across, not up) with rope
-Some sort of lockable storage for small items, perhaps underneath open bar to kitchen
-Treadmill that folds? Would probably need a closet of some sort for it.
-Adult seating of some sort? Large floor cushions, oversized bean bags, bean bag sofa chairs, and a solid and heavy wooden bench are possibilities we've thought of so far.
-A loft? A small, dark, quiet getaway with vibrating chair, white noise, and maybe subtle aromatherapy.
In case you're interested, the room has wood floors and my usual style is traditional/Georgian. The house is open floor plan so gates will close the sensory room in and a curtain will also separate it from the foyer. I included a collage of some of the products below (I do not like the colors in the collage at all, but they're just examples) and you can see my full ideabook here: Ideabook: Sensory Gym
How can I lay this home gym out? I'd really like some ideas!