House Of Air is an indoor trampoline park revamped from an old airplane hangar.

A historic airplane hangar in San Francisco is being converted into a multi-purpose indoor trampoline park. Called the House of Air, the facility will have decks with trampoline walls, a children's bounce house, a room for special events and a offer fitness classes. The park will be opened in the summer this year.

The hangar was built in 1926 and has housed planes of the U.S. Army's 91st Observation Squadron in the past.

Below are some 3D renderings of the park's interiors:

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House Of Air

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