Shake Shack

  • Dallas, Texas
    2900 SF
    Beck – Architect Beck – Construction

Built on a leftover corner of the Crescent Development in Dallas, the 2,900 SF Shake Shack was designed to activate the space creating a public space that serves as a mini park. Facing the park, the glass pavilion is transparent and dissolves the barrier between the inside and out. Under the trees a floating canopy adds shade by day and illuminated at night serves to draw the eye in. Designed to reflect the values of Shack Shack, the materials and detailing attempt to blur the line between the park and dining room bringing the outside in. Locally sourced reclaimed wood makes up 75 percent of the wall finishes with the gym floor sourced from the Old First Baptist Church Gym in downtown Dallas. The project meets the City of Dallas’ green building code.