What is Snark Park?

Snark Park is a new age retail experience designed  by Snarkitecture where their installations, custom merchandise and Kith Treats ice cream and cereal bar meet under one roof.

Snark Park’s 3,000 sq ft installation room will transform into a new Snarkitecture design environment three times a year.

In keeping with their proclivity to recreate the familiar in an unexpected way, Snarkitecture flipped the traditional retail experience on its head by creating this unique, theme park-like destination of design.



August Tickets Out Now.

Adult: $18  Child: $10


Snarkitecture is a New York-based collaborative design practice established to investigate the boundaries between disciplines. The name is drawn from Lewis Carroll’s The Hunting of The Snark, a poem describing the “impossible voyage of an improbable crew to find an inconceivable creature.” In its search for the unknown, Snarkitecture creates work that includes large-scale projects, installations and objects.

Alex Mustonen, Daniel Arsham, Ben Porto

Alex Mustonen, Daniel Arsham, Ben Porto



American Express

The Snark Park experience is proud to partner with American Express, whose Platinum Card Members receive exclusive access to installation tickets and merchandise. Snarkitecture Partner Daniel Arsham is a member of the American Express Platinum Collective, an advisory group of thought-leaders and creative thinkers who work closely with the brand to curate unique experiences for Platinum Card Members, such as Snark Park.



Squarespace and Snark Park are partnering to bring cutting-edge design to both the physical and digital worlds. Snarkpark.com is powered by Squarespace, the all-in-one platform to build a beautiful presence online.


Snark Park features a full menu of Kith Treats ice cream and cereal specials, as well as Treats apparel collections released throughout the year. Snarkitecture has designed the interiors of Kith stores since Kith’s reopening in SoHo in 2014.




The New York Times: Design

Mar 7, 2019

Snark Park Opens at Hudson Yards. Read more



Feb 1, 2019

A Look Inside Snark Park's 'Lost and Found' Installation Preview at KITH NYC. Read more


Architectural Digest

Jan 31, 2019

Snarkitecture Drops Tickets for Much-Hyped Secret Snark Park. Read more