The bridge between ceramics and architecture is multifaceted and synergetic. Both address social dilemmas through their aestheticism and utilitarianism. Clay acts as a conduit between past and present notions of material innovation, challenging our concepts of new architectural paradigms. By heightening this correlation through the contextualization of the pedestal or table and the addition of multiple construction materials, a more affable human quality to contemporary architecture emerges. Through the process of research, ideation and practice, I have formed the groundwork for celebrating the human element of contemporary architecture and the vessel and their relationship as common structures or ideas.