Beekman 1802 has opened its second Beekman 1802 Kindness Shop at the LaGuardia Airport Delta terminal, offering its goat-milk-based products that are microbiome friendly. The store was designed to pay homage to Beekman 1802’s New York roots and signature products, with statues and décor inspired by the brand’s goat milk science.
Brent Ridge, M.D., and Josh Kilmer-Purcell, co-founders of Beekman 1802, said, “We cannot wait to welcome travelers to our Beekman 1802 Kindness Shop at this beautiful new terminal. Our hope is that after visiting the shop and experiencing our collection of goat milk products that are kind to skin, planet and community, they leave feeling inspired to spread kindness wherever their travels take them.”
Christopher Skinner, founder and CEO of School House and School House Studios, said, “It was especially inspiring to bring Beekman 1802’s philosophy of Kindness to life as it’s such a central part of their mission. From the use of radiating yellow to the installation of repeated Goaties, we always aim to translate the brand DNA into repeatable codes that build salience and create emotion in an architectural space.”