Nicole from Pewabic Pottery

Artistic, aesthetic aspirations and theories about form are in tension with the psychological and social aspects of space, but they are not eclipsed by them. The science of psychology provides some parameters for design without prescribing the end result. When two disciplines meet real innovations can be made. Certain elements of environmental determinism can be usefully combined with a flexible system, which truly evolves with the user.

Crafted in Carhartt

Pewabic and Carhartt

Pewabic and Carhartt

Pewabic and Carhartt

Pewabic and Carhartt

Pewabic and Carhartt

Pewabic and Carhartt

Pewabic and Carhartt

Pewabic and Carhartt

Pewabic and Carhartt

Pewabic and Carhartt

Pewabic and Carhartt

Pewabic Pottery in Detroit was founded in 1903 by Mary Chase Perry Stratton. Her ceramics were nationally renowned, landing her a spot in the Michigan’s Women Hall of Fame. Mary went on to win several awards and established the ceramics department at the University of Michigan. The touch she had on Michigan and the arts and crafts community will always be remembered. The shop is still operating to this day and is now a National Historic Landmark. Nicole, pictured above, works as a ceramicist for Pewabic creating commissioned work and their trademark Pewabic blue pieces.

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