New Brooklyn Shake Shack Features Furniture Built from Local Factory Beams

Design

Wood infused with New York history crafted by the talented Mark Jupiter

Ross Brooks
  • 14 july 2014

One of the latest Shake Shacks to set up shop in New York also happens to feature some supremely well-crafted furniture from the designer Mark Jupiter. What’s even better is that the stylish set is made from 400-year-old heart pine joists and beams salvaged from local construction sites, such as the defunct Brillo Soap and Arbuckle Coffee warehouses. The project is an excellent use of reclaimed wood, and local talent in the name of more sustainable practices.

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