A classic example of tactical urbanism, as pioneered by Mike Lyndon and Anthony Garcia, the ParKit is a bike-towed, park-making kit that makes small, temporary parks mobile. The main objective of the ParKit is to enact short-term, low-stakes simulations of what could be permanent park installations while servicing the wants and needs of multiple publics.

The ParKit is designed to be ridden around a city and to be quickly assembled and disassembled, enabling previously unused spaces to quickly and easily be seen as more inviting. The park design can be easily adapted to many potential locations and to the communities' interests by changing the components. In cooperation with community members, the ParKit team can test the efficacy of appropriate design interventions without the costs associated with fully-developed park proposals and public forums. We have published publicly-available Instructables so that inspired community members can learn to build some components of our park, or make their own park!

ParKit is designed, maintained, and installed by a dedicated team of Smith College students and Professor Reid Bertone-Johnson. Learn more about the team here!

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