BOOM POP PARK

BOOM POP PARK

SITELAB urban studio partnered with Sand Hill Property Company, LMNOP Design, Studio O, and Emily Weinstein to develop Boom Pop Park, a temporary pop-up open space in East Palo Alto’s Woodland Park neighborhood. The park was built in response to residents’ desire for a safe space for kids to play and families to exercise. Through a series of community conversations and workshops, residents prioritized preferred uses, selected the park name (the kids had the best suggestions) and gave extensive feedback on the park play elements. Boom Pop Park has colorful, vibrant, and multipurpose sculptural objects that can be used for a variety of play and exercise types. Woodland Park Communities has extended the park’s usage by partnering with the East Palo Alto Family YMCA to provide free exercise classes and regularly uses the space for community events. As design advisors, SITELAB assembled the team and guided the integration of resident input, design, program, and project identity, in addition to designing the environmental graphics that announce the park to the neighborhood

Client: Sand Hill Property Company

Design Collaborators: LMNOP Design, Studio O, Emily Weinstein

BOOM POP PARK

BOOM POP PARK

SITELAB urban studio partnered with Sand Hill Property Company, LMNOP Design, Studio O, and Emily Weinstein to develop Boom Pop Park, a temporary pop-up open space in East Palo Alto’s Woodland Park neighborhood. The park was built in response to residents’ desire for a safe space for kids to play and families to exercise. Through a series of community conversations and workshops, residents prioritized preferred uses, selected the park name (the kids had the best suggestions) and gave extensive feedback on the park play elements. Boom Pop Park has colorful, vibrant, and multipurpose sculptural objects that can be used for a variety of play and exercise types. Woodland Park Communities has extended the park’s usage by partnering with the East Palo Alto Family YMCA to provide free exercise classes and regularly uses the space for community events. As design advisors, SITELAB assembled the team and guided the integration of resident input, design, program, and project identity, in addition to designing the environmental graphics that announce the park to the neighborhood

Client: Sand Hill Property Company

Design Collaborators: LMNOP Design, Studio O, Emily Weinstein

BOOM POP PARK

BOOM POP PARK

SITELAB urban studio partnered with Sand Hill Property Company, LMNOP Design, Studio O, and Emily Weinstein to develop Boom Pop Park, a temporary pop-up open space in East Palo Alto’s Woodland Park neighborhood. The park was built in response to residents’ desire for a safe space for kids to play and families to exercise. Through a series of community conversations and workshops, residents prioritized preferred uses, selected the park name (the kids had the best suggestions) and gave extensive feedback on the park play elements. Boom Pop Park has colorful, vibrant, and multipurpose sculptural objects that can be used for a variety of play and exercise types. Woodland Park Communities has extended the park’s usage by partnering with the East Palo Alto Family YMCA to provide free exercise classes and regularly uses the space for community events. As design advisors, SITELAB assembled the team and guided the integration of resident input, design, program, and project identity, in addition to designing the environmental graphics that announce the park to the neighborhood

Client: Sand Hill Property Company

Design Collaborators: LMNOP Design, Studio O, Emily Weinstein

BOOM POP PARK

BOOM POP PARK

SITELAB urban studio partnered with Sand Hill Property Company, LMNOP Design, Studio O, and Emily Weinstein to develop Boom Pop Park, a temporary pop-up open space in East Palo Alto’s Woodland Park neighborhood. The park was built in response to residents’ desire for a safe space for kids to play and families to exercise. Through a series of community conversations and workshops, residents prioritized preferred uses, selected the park name (the kids had the best suggestions) and gave extensive feedback on the park play elements. Boom Pop Park has colorful, vibrant, and multipurpose sculptural objects that can be used for a variety of play and exercise types. Woodland Park Communities has extended the park’s usage by partnering with the East Palo Alto Family YMCA to provide free exercise classes and regularly uses the space for community events. As design advisors, SITELAB assembled the team and guided the integration of resident input, design, program, and project identity, in addition to designing the environmental graphics that announce the park to the neighborhood

Client: Sand Hill Property Company

Design Collaborators: LMNOP Design, Studio O, Emily Weinstein

BOOM POP PARK

BOOM POP PARK

SITELAB urban studio partnered with Sand Hill Property Company, LMNOP Design, Studio O, and Emily Weinstein to develop Boom Pop Park, a temporary pop-up open space in East Palo Alto’s Woodland Park neighborhood. The park was built in response to residents’ desire for a safe space for kids to play and families to exercise. Through a series of community conversations and workshops, residents prioritized preferred uses, selected the park name (the kids had the best suggestions) and gave extensive feedback on the park play elements. Boom Pop Park has colorful, vibrant, and multipurpose sculptural objects that can be used for a variety of play and exercise types. Woodland Park Communities has extended the park’s usage by partnering with the East Palo Alto Family YMCA to provide free exercise classes and regularly uses the space for community events. As design advisors, SITELAB assembled the team and guided the integration of resident input, design, program, and project identity, in addition to designing the environmental graphics that announce the park to the neighborhood

Client: Sand Hill Property Company

Design Collaborators: LMNOP Design, Studio O, Emily Weinstein

BOOM POP PARK

BOOM POP PARK

SITELAB urban studio partnered with Sand Hill Property Company, LMNOP Design, Studio O, and Emily Weinstein to develop Boom Pop Park, a temporary pop-up open space in East Palo Alto’s Woodland Park neighborhood. The park was built in response to residents’ desire for a safe space for kids to play and families to exercise. Through a series of community conversations and workshops, residents prioritized preferred uses, selected the park name (the kids had the best suggestions) and gave extensive feedback on the park play elements. Boom Pop Park has colorful, vibrant, and multipurpose sculptural objects that can be used for a variety of play and exercise types. Woodland Park Communities has extended the park’s usage by partnering with the East Palo Alto Family YMCA to provide free exercise classes and regularly uses the space for community events. As design advisors, SITELAB assembled the team and guided the integration of resident input, design, program, and project identity, in addition to designing the environmental graphics that announce the park to the neighborhood

Client: Sand Hill Property Company

Design Collaborators: LMNOP Design, Studio O, Emily Weinstein

BOOM POP PARK

BOOM POP PARK

SITELAB urban studio partnered with Sand Hill Property Company, LMNOP Design, Studio O, and Emily Weinstein to develop Boom Pop Park, a temporary pop-up open space in East Palo Alto’s Woodland Park neighborhood. The park was built in response to residents’ desire for a safe space for kids to play and families to exercise. Through a series of community conversations and workshops, residents prioritized preferred uses, selected the park name (the kids had the best suggestions) and gave extensive feedback on the park play elements. Boom Pop Park has colorful, vibrant, and multipurpose sculptural objects that can be used for a variety of play and exercise types. Woodland Park Communities has extended the park’s usage by partnering with the East Palo Alto Family YMCA to provide free exercise classes and regularly uses the space for community events. As design advisors, SITELAB assembled the team and guided the integration of resident input, design, program, and project identity, in addition to designing the environmental graphics that announce the park to the neighborhood

Client: Sand Hill Property Company

Design Collaborators: LMNOP Design, Studio O, Emily Weinstein

BOOM POP PARK

BOOM POP PARK

SITELAB urban studio partnered with Sand Hill Property Company, LMNOP Design, Studio O, and Emily Weinstein to develop Boom Pop Park, a temporary pop-up open space in East Palo Alto’s Woodland Park neighborhood. The park was built in response to residents’ desire for a safe space for kids to play and families to exercise. Through a series of community conversations and workshops, residents prioritized preferred uses, selected the park name (the kids had the best suggestions) and gave extensive feedback on the park play elements. Boom Pop Park has colorful, vibrant, and multipurpose sculptural objects that can be used for a variety of play and exercise types. Woodland Park Communities has extended the park’s usage by partnering with the East Palo Alto Family YMCA to provide free exercise classes and regularly uses the space for community events. As design advisors, SITELAB assembled the team and guided the integration of resident input, design, program, and project identity, in addition to designing the environmental graphics that announce the park to the neighborhood

Client: Sand Hill Property Company

Design Collaborators: LMNOP Design, Studio O, Emily Weinstein

BOOM POP PARK

BOOM POP PARK

SITELAB urban studio partnered with Sand Hill Property Company, LMNOP Design, Studio O, and Emily Weinstein to develop Boom Pop Park, a temporary pop-up open space in East Palo Alto’s Woodland Park neighborhood. The park was built in response to residents’ desire for a safe space for kids to play and families to exercise. Through a series of community conversations and workshops, residents prioritized preferred uses, selected the park name (the kids had the best suggestions) and gave extensive feedback on the park play elements. Boom Pop Park has colorful, vibrant, and multipurpose sculptural objects that can be used for a variety of play and exercise types. Woodland Park Communities has extended the park’s usage by partnering with the East Palo Alto Family YMCA to provide free exercise classes and regularly uses the space for community events. As design advisors, SITELAB assembled the team and guided the integration of resident input, design, program, and project identity, in addition to designing the environmental graphics that announce the park to the neighborhood

Client: Sand Hill Property Company

Design Collaborators: LMNOP Design, Studio O, Emily Weinstein