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Nosanchuk Design

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Born in Detroit in 1969, David grew up in the suburbs with a father who was an avid fly-fisherman. At an early age, he spent weekends with his family in the trout streams of northern Michigan. They also went on long trips down to the bonefish flats of the Florida Keys. During this period, David became interested in fishing flies and the nuances of nature. Tying flies was a study of scale and materials. Searching for fish involved careful observation of the water's surface, the direction of the > MORE sun, and intensity of the wind; all things that influence and define design and architecture. These interests were nurtured during David's four years of preparatory school at the Cranbrook Academy in Bloomfield Hills; a school renowned for its historic leadership in the discipline of design arts. For his undergraduate work, David obtained a Bachelors degree in art and architectural history at the University of Michigan. He then went on to earn a Masters of Architecture from SCI-Arc (Southern California Institute of Architecture). Upon Graduation, David spent three years working for a Los Angeles design shop, producing one-of-a-kind furniture for prominent designers and architects.^ LESS
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