Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines traditional tabletop accessories to their architectural essence. This ribbed square of anodized aluminum is produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed trivet is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines traditional tabletop accessories to their architectural essence. This ribbed square of anodized aluminum is produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed trivet is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines traditional tabletop accessories to their architectural essence. This ribbed square of anodized aluminum is produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed trivet is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines traditional tabletop accessories to their architectural essence. This ribbed square of anodized aluminum is produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed trivet is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines a traditional tabletop accessory to its architectural essence with this set of four coasters. The slim, ribbed squares of chromate-conversion-coated aluminum are produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed coaster is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines a traditional tabletop accessory to its architectural essence with this set of four coasters. The slim, ribbed squares of chromate-conversion-coated aluminum are produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed coaster is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines traditional tabletop accessories to their architectural essence. This ribbed square of chromate-conversion-coated aluminum is produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed trivet is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines traditional tabletop accessories to their architectural essence. This ribbed square of chromate-conversion-coated aluminum is produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed trivet is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines traditional tabletop accessories to their architectural essence. This ribbed square of anodized aluminum is produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed trivet is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines traditional tabletop accessories to their architectural essence. This ribbed square of anodized aluminum is produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed trivet is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines a traditional tabletop accessory to its architectural essence with this set of four coasters. The slim, ribbed squares of anodized aluminum are produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed coaster is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines a traditional tabletop accessory to its architectural essence with this set of four coasters. The slim, ribbed squares of anodized aluminum are produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed coaster is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

$48 Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines a traditional tabletop accessory to its architectural essence with this set of four coasters. The slim, ribbed squares of anodized aluminum are produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed coaster is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

$48 Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines a traditional tabletop accessory to its architectural essence with this set of four coasters. The slim, ribbed squares of anodized aluminum are produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed coaster is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines a traditional tabletop accessory to its architectural essence with this set of four coasters. The slim, ribbed squares of anodized aluminum are produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed coaster is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines a traditional tabletop accessory to its architectural essence with this set of four coasters. The slim, ribbed squares of anodized aluminum are produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed coaster is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines a traditional tabletop accessory to its architectural essence with this set of four coasters. The slim, ribbed squares of chromate-conversion-coated aluminum are produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed coaster is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Designer Shaun Kasperbauer, co-founder of Brooklyn-based Souda, refines a traditional tabletop accessory to its architectural essence with this set of four coasters. The slim, ribbed squares of chromate-conversion-coated aluminum are produced through a unique partnership with a manufacturer of industrial heat sinks. Each cork-backed coaster is the result of a common yet complex manufacturing technique reimagined so as to combine the industrial and the domestic.

Slim, architectural, and refined, the Fin Coasters are a decidedly modern approach to a traditional tabletop accessory. Designed by Shaun Kasperbauer, the coast

Slim, architectural, and refined, the Fin Coasters are a decidedly modern approach to a traditional tabletop accessory. Designed by Shaun Kasperbauer, the coast

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