Coolhaus Ice Cream Sandwiches
In 2008, ‘Coolhaus’ co-founders Natasha Case and Freya Estreller began baking cookies and making ice cream. It wasn’t long before Case and Estreller starting combining the tasty fruits of their culinary labor into what is commonly known as an ‘ice cream sandwich’, or what they dubbed ‘cool houses’. With shared backgrounds in both design and real estate, the Los Angeles natives began naming their frozen treats after the architects and architectural movements that inspired them.
In 2009, they eventually decided to take this newfound passion, aptly known as ‘Farchitecture’ – or food + architecture – on the road, and trekked along the California coastline in a retrofitted postal van, selling their delicious, homemade confections to an onslaught of excited fans. The brand has since grown on a national level through distribution in thousands of stores across the US, offering a broad array of flavors and uniquely crafted ice cream sandwiches that can help bring a dose of culture to any freezer. Like every great work in architecture, Coolhaus is here to stay.