Mark Jupiter: Reclaimed Wood Furniture

Esendemir Sisters w/Mark Jupiter

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Now that the nitty gritty details are lined up for our next Flatbread Grill location- it’s time for the fun stuff that comes along with building a restaurant! This is the part where we get to work putting together our vision and making all the crazy ideas in our heads come to life (no easy task, but we do love the challenge)! The Esendemir Sisters took a little trip out to uber-hip Dumbo Brooklyn to meet with furniture designer and reclaimed wood expert, Mark Jupiter. His studio displays some of his impressive work for walk-in customers. Mark’s furniture design work is really beautiful, sustainable and super functional. Mark himself is a very down to earth artist and we were happy to make his acquaintance. He was also able to offer us some insight into sustainable design and helped focus ours and our architect, Anthony Guzzo’s vision for what we want the next Flatbread Grill in Hoboken, NJ to look like. Check out the photos below from our visit to Mark Jupiter’s workshop.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_gallery type=”thumbs” images=”250,251,252,253,255,263,262,270,269,271,268,267,261,260,259,258,249,257,265,266,278,276,275,274,273,272,256″ onclick=”link_image” custom_links_target=”_self” grid_number=”2″ title=”Mark Jupiter’s Reclaimed Wood Workshop”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

2 responses to “Mark Jupiter: Reclaimed Wood Furniture”

  1. Annie Marie Peters Avatar
    Annie Marie Peters

    I love that you’re working with Mark Jupiter and using reclaimed wood for the Hoboken Flatbread Grill. It will be a great look, and it’s eco-friendly too! Way to go, Esendemir Sisters!

  2. Sally Benchwood Avatar
    Sally Benchwood

    So happy to hear you gals are using reclaimed wood furniture! If only more and more entrepreneurs would be doing this, we would be so much better as a society! If only… But maybe by seeing you and what you are doing, others will start thinking this way and start reusing wood and other materials and not just throw it away.