Shake Shack – Penn Station-
We worked with our friends over at Recess Art Space to design and fabricate classroom furniture and display modules for their new satellite location – Assembly – Now open in downtown Brooklyn. Assembly is a pilot program that offers arts-based diversion … Continue reading
Tri-Lox on Marketplace from American Public Media-
Marketplace reporter Tracey Samuelson rides along with Sam Welch and the Tri-Lox team to reclaim a decommissioned Redwood rooftop water tower in Harlem. Originally aired on 03/30/2016. Take a listen at Marketplace.org
Modern Couches for the new WeWork headquarters in Lower Manhattan-
We designed and fabricated these modern couches for the new WeWork headquarters in Lower Manhattan. The modular construction allows for scaled production and the seamless integration of new design components.
Shake Shack East London-
Shake Shack’s new East London location is now officially open for business! The UK’s second Shack features our Skyline NYC Water Tower Redwood throughout the dining and concession areas. Look out for more international projects coming this summer!
Now Available: Salvaged Bowling Lanes-
Salvaged bowling lanes are a top quality option for counters, tables, desk tops and more. Our latest load was carefully removed from the local lanes in the famous seaside town of Old Saybrook, Ct. Lengths up to 13′ and … Continue reading
Big Box of Small Goods-
Check out our work on the “Big Box of Small Goods” campaign by FedEx. We fabricated these solid Walnut boxes to ship unique products from small businesses to industry heavyweights across the country.
BKLZR & La Sonrisa – Redwood on Highline-
Our NYC Water Tower Redwood made it’s way to the Highline! This kiosk for La Sonrisa foods was designed and built by Greenpoint’s BKLZR and will be serving up empanadas this spring and beyond. All photos are courtesy of Arion … Continue reading
Gowanus Canal Conservancy – Wildflower Corridor-
Spring is in bloom, and in honor of NYC Wildflower week we are collaborating with Gowanus Canal Conservancy and Brooklyn’s Future Green Studio to design and fabricate planters for the 9th street Wildflower Corridor. Volunteers use byproduct from our milling process … Continue reading