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Lisa Patusky



Lisa Patusky is a designer and maker specializing in the material production of space and objects. As an experienced ceramicist and commercial interior designer, her practice embraces the conceptual and concrete. Her research explores perception and haptics at a range of scales from furniture to the built environment through an iterative process and a focus on craft. Most notable is Lisa's design of an interlocking brick (Patent Pending) that was adapted into a tile installation for a winery in Virginia. Lisa also practices as an interior designer in the corporate studio at FCA (Francis Cauffman Architects). 

Lisa is an adjunct professor in the Interior Design Program at Drexel University and teaches a range of courses including Interior Materials, Conceptual Studio, and advising for Graduate Interiors Thesis. She has been a guest lecturer at Swarthmore College and is a frequent critic for design studios at Drexel. She is a graduate of Drexel's Master's of Interior Architecture & Design program and holds a BA in Art from Swarthmore College.
MS Interior Architecture & Design, Drexel University
BA, Swarthmore College