Park Here: NYC’s Indoor Park

In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
Park Here: NYC’s Indoor Park
(credit: Openhouse Gallery)
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
Park Here: NYC’s Indoor Park
(credit: Openhouse Gallery)
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
Park Here: NYC’s Indoor Park
(credit: Openhouse Gallery)
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
Park Here: NYC’s Indoor Park
(credit: Openhouse Gallery)
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
Park Here: NYC’s Indoor Park
(credit: Openhouse Gallery)
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
Park Here: NYC’s Indoor Park
(credit: Openhouse Gallery)
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
Park Here: NYC’s Indoor Park
(credit: Openhouse Gallery)
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
Park Here: NYC’s Indoor Park
(credit: Openhouse Gallery)
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.
Park Here: NYC’s Indoor Park
(credit: Openhouse Gallery)
In 2010, downtown pop-up space Openhouse Gallery temporarily transformed an empty event space into an indoor park during the brutal winter. The event was a hit, so this year Park Here is back, bringing faux spring sunshine to Nolita and providing the perfect goodies for an indoor picnic.

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