Collection by Marianne Colahan

Designs We Love from Brooklyn-Based Souda

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Founded in 2012 by recent Parsons School of Design graduates, Souda designs and manufactures furniture, lighting, and home decor items. Souda (pronounced “soh-duh”) is a Japanese word that roughly translates to “Oh, yeah!” so we’re saying “Souda” to these six innovative designs.

Each Kawa Porcelain Pendant Light is individually slip-cast in a reusable leather mold. The complex process yields a…
An exploration of the possibilities of materials, Souda’s Kreten Candelabra employs stretch fabric as a mold for…
The Mitre Stool is at once simple and complex, harnessing a basic form with unexpected visual details. Constructed in…
The Signal Pendant Light is at once simple and sculptural. Comprised of a spun aluminum shade that is met with a…
Souda’s Kreten Side Table employs stretch fabric as a mold for fiberglass reinforced concrete. Due to the nature of the…
The Strut Shelving System from Brooklyn–based Souda is inspired by the Manhattan Bridge and the construction methods…
One Strut Shelf from Souda, with light blue powder-coated steel brackets.
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