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Bierfilzl Felt Coasters by Graf & Lantz

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 30, 2014 01:08 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Sep 29, 2014

If flying to Munich for Oktoberfest is out of the question, getting into the mood locally is made easier with Bierfilzl coasters from Graf & Lantz, the L.A. based design company that has made felt its material of choice. According to the company’s German founders, Holger Gräf and Daniel Lantz, Bierfilzl (literally translated as ‘beer felt’) — Continue reading …




 

 

felt-coaster-honeycomb-orangeIf flying to Munich for Oktoberfest is out of the question, getting into the mood locally is made easier with Bierfilzl coasters from Graf & Lantz, the L.A. based design company that has made felt its material of choice. According to the company’s German founders, Holger Gräf and Daniel Lantz, Bierfilzl (literally translated as ‘beer felt’) was a longstanding tradition in Bavarian taverns, which found the durable material ideal for cushioning beer mugs and absorbing moisture. Graf & Lantz continue the tradition with their clean-cut updated versions, made from thick felt slices of geometric shapes (square, round, and hexagon), dyed in jolly contemporary colors, like fuchsia, cobalt, and pistachio. How do you say ‘bottoms up’ in German?

felt-coaster-honeycomb-orange2felt-coaster-round-pistachiofelt-coaster-round-pistachio2coaster_fuchsia2coaster_fuchsiaImages: Graf and Lantz


 

 

 
 
 

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