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  Decorative drink coasters for the mid-century modern enthusiast. These coasters are inspired by the patterns that are found in mid-century architectural breeze blocks. Breeze Blocks, or Architectural Screen Blocks, are a decorative concrete block used for architectural screen walls and fences. They have been around since the 1930s and became hugely popular in the Mid-Century Modern residential & commercial buildings of the 1950s & 1960s. These retro coasters measure 4 inches in diameter, are created using the latest in 3D printing technology and are made from 100% biodegradable, PLA Filament. PLA Filament is a nontoxic resin made of sugar derived from field corn.    Purchase:    
  Design inspiration with a Bauhaus lineage.       This napkin ring was inspired by the brise soleil of the American Federal Building, located in Orlando, Florida. The building was designed by architect Frank Sheehy , while working for  Bob Murphy, who studied under Walter Gropius, founder of Bauhaus and one of the pioneering masters of modern architecture. This architecturally significant building has since been demolished to  accommodate  Orlando's Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. Fortunately, the 120 precast brise soleil panels were salvaged from the building before they were destroyed.     Purchase here