Mashpee Public Library
In 1887 Mary F. Holmes donated a piece of land in Mashpee, Massachusetts that would become the Mashpee Public Library. In 1891 Mashpee voted to be one of the first 36 towns in Massachusetts to open a public library. The town and state put forth $115 to fund the original library.
The library has come a long way since it first opened. They now have 5 libraries in town! The libraries now offer excellent technology and state of the art facilities for residents to enjoy. The newest building even has LEED certification. LEED certification means the building is green. In case you were wondering, the building is not the color green. The certification means it is a sustainable building. Our chairs are sustainably built as well, of course. What a great match!
Eustis Chair worked with Boston based architects Johnson Roberts Associates for this project. The Mashpee Public Library, located on Massachusett’s Cape Cod, choose the Boise Chair for its newest library. This new chair brings a more contemporary chair design to the Eustis line. It is as comfortable as it is attractive. Even more important, the Boise is made with the patented Eustis Joint®. The chair (like all our chairs) comes with a 20-year warranty.