Vanilla Sammie
Mies Vanilla Rohe – two chocolate chip cookies with tahitian vanilla bean ice cream

Named after Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969), a German-American architect who helped define modern architecture through industrial highlights and open spaces.

Dirty Mint Chip Sammie
Mintimalism – two double chocolate chip cookies with dirty mint chip ice cream

Based off of the Minimalism movement that became popular in the 1980s. This style of architecture draws from traditional japanese styles and aims at achieving simplicity by reducing elements to their most basic form.

Salted Caramel Sammie
Cara Mia Lehrer – two snickerdoodle cookies with salted caramel ice cream

Like our sammie, Mia Lehrer is incredible. She is a Salvadorian-American landscape architect who worked on both the Silver Lake Reservoir and the Annenberg Community Beach House in Santa Monica, among many more.

Cookies and Cream Sammie
Peter Cook-ies and Cream – two double chocolate chip cookies with cookies and cream ice cream

English architect Peter Cook founded the architectural group Archigram. His work focused on the neo-futuristic styles that can best be described as “funky back to the future”. Cook’s structures were often capsule-like, high tech, and lightweight. His buildings include the Art Museum in Graz in Austria and the Abedian School of Architecture in Australia.

Strawberry Sammie
Frank Berry – two snickerdoodle cookies with strawberry ice cream

Named after Los Angeles based, Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry. Gehry has created some truly unique pieces in LA and around. His works can best be described as funky – like the Walt Disney Concert Hall in LA!

Double Chocolate Peanut Butter Sammie
IM Pei-Nut Butter – two double chocolate chip cookies with peanut butter ice cream

Chinese-American architect I.M. Pei’s style of architecture is best described as Modernist with Cubist elements (aka simple and geometric). Pei is most known for his work on the renovation of Le Grand Louvre in Paris which made him the first foreign architect to work on the Louvre. Thus the steel and glass pyramid you may think of today was born!

Salted Chocolate Sammie
Rem’s Coolhaus – One snickerdoodle and one chocolate chip cookie with salted chocolate ice cream

This ice cream sandwich is named after Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas (fun fact: our shop is named after Koolhaas, the Bauhaus movement, and the fact that ice cream sammies are basically little houses). Koolhaas is known for being anything but conventional. His design style is best known as gravity-defying and unusual – see his work on the Beijing CCTV Headquarters and the Seattle Central Library.

Candied Bacon Sammie
Louis Ba-Kahn – two chocolate chip cookies with brown butter candied bacon

Named after American architect Louis Kahn. Kahn’s work is considered modernist and heavy. His structures do not hide how they were made or the materials that were used, and they often take cues from medieval walls and structures. One of his most noteworthy pieces is the Four Freedoms Park in New York.

Birthday Cake
Birthday Cake
Cake is a big part of our origin story. When CEO and Co-founder Natasha created a scale model in Architecture studio that her professor criticized as looking like ‘a layer cake’ it sparked the idea that she could use food to talk about design in an engaging, memorable and accessible way. This light bulb moment bore the concept of “farchitecture” = food + architecture, and it still governs much of the Coolhaus brand.

that dough though sammie
That Dough Though
The inspiration for this flavor comes from architect Sir David Chipperfield (we couldn’t help it with Chocolate Chip-perfield pun!). We are majot fans of his work which is known for being serious, solid, not flamboyant or radical, but comfortable with the history and culture of its setting.

Gimme S'more sammie
Gimme S’mores
It’s also known as ‘Julia S’more-gan’ after our hero, architect Julia Morgan. She was the first woman to be admitted to the architecture program at l’Ecole nationale superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and the first woman architect licensed in California. She designed more than 700 buildings in California during her prolific career including institutions serving women and is best known for her epic work on Hearst Castle in San Simeon, California.