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Posted: Monday, December 15, 2014

Recycling the Past is a part of it! 

Check-out RTP in New York City’s El Vez restaurant. Located in the Financial District, the restaurant touts its breathtaking space as a feast for the eyes with imaginatively-designed dining areas. 

Recycling the Past helped make it happen by supplying all the reclaimed lumber used in the restaurant. The ceilings were constructed from paddocks fencing and the support beams were salvaged from old buildings. RTP supplied El Vez’s interior windows from factories in New York City and Philadelphia as well as the chicken wire glass from old buildings in Brooklyn.

If you can’t leave today – you can look at El Vez’s interior photos here.

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