1912 Collection by Pophouse

Inspired by the sculptural geometry of Detroit’s Historic Helen L. DeRoy Auditorium by Yamasaki, Bridget commands a quiet yet impressive presence. She is serene with a formal simplicity that both livens and smooths the rough edges of any space.
With a bold art-deco attitude inspired by Detroit’s Guardian Building, Charles is unapologetic yet regal. His meticulous attention to detail and organized approach connect with the emotion and aesthetic of any space.
With family ties to New York, Florence carries architectural influence from Detroit’s Michigan Central Station. She is elegant and adorned in aesthetic. Florence prefers a loud cocktail hour over a quiet night in but can easily adapt to either environment.

Grandeur in both verticality and ornamentation, Louis is inspired by the Fisher Building, regarded as Detroit’s largest art object. Louis is refined and gilt in fame while being relatable and comfortable in any social situation.

Another Yamaski wonder and his first skyscraper, One Woodward Avenue in Detroit serves as the inspiration for Ludwig. With international influence garnered from his travels abroad, Ludwig is delicate yet methodical in demeanor and presence.

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