This parklet outside the Luna Rienne Gallery has become a staple for art exhibits. Public installations are frequently showcased here. Hence, if you’re looking for more than just a place to relax and hang out at, this is a good pick. You’ll be able to do all those things while appreciating the quirky and eccentric side of San Francisco-based artists at the same time.
Here’s another awesome INTERBORO creation. Instead of the red blocks, they opted to go for the blue ones, which also works in perfect contrast with the plants use for decoration. It’s also found on Boston, Massachusetts. Go figure.
If you’re looking for the perfect café seating setup, this would be it. Cameron Helland designed this unique-looking parklet and had it installed back in 2014. It makes use of wood counters, decking, planter boxes and z-shaped benches. Seeing it in front of Reveille Coffee just adds to the whole beauty of the place.
This parklet almost has a skater slope feel to it. We wouldn’t be surprised if actual skater boys and gilrs did hang out here, though. The wooden board design also works well with the concrete surroundings, giving the environment a somewhat organic and rustic look. Designed by INTERSTICE Architects in San Francisco, California, you’re surely not going to miss out should you pass it by.
Powell Street Promenade is one of the most recognizable parklets in San Francisco. However, it’s got a lot to offer. As a matter of fact, it has eight sections spread throughout 2 blocks of the entire Powell Street. That only means that people who have tired themselves out waiting for their wives and kids to go shopping can now have a spot to rest at. However, at night, this becomes a resting spot for the homeless
Parklets aren’t just getting bigger in the US. In fact, this one’s in London, England. Created by WMB Studio, this one has a rather quirky look to it. What seems like a row of several thin cuts of wood combine to create a stretch of a resting spot which looks pretty snazzy.