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Alex Drew & No One
Custom “Bluebell Chandelier” | Chandeliers by Alex Drew & No One
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Custom “Bluebell Chandelier”

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Alex Drew & No One built and designed this Custom “Bluebell Chandelier” to compliment the Blue Room in the Charles T. Fisher Mansion by NEXT SPACE DETROIT & Tom Gibbs Studio

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Wescover creator since 2018
ALEX DREW & NO ONE is a Brooklyn-born/ Detroit-based design studio that produces modern furniture and objects. With design and craftsmanship at the forefront, their work focuses on combining unique materials, sophisticated design details, and elegant lines. They harmoniously incorporate these elements into furniture that is clean and modern. In addition to their current product line, AD&NO also offers design services and custom furniture projects based on their design aesthetics as well fabricating custom commissioned pieces for architects and interior designers.

Alex Rosenhaus:
Alex is a Detroit native who, after graduating with a degree in furniture design from The Savannah College of Art and Design in 2006, moved to New York. In New York she immediately began working for the acclaimed custom furniture company Walter P. Sauer. While at Walter P. Sauer she designed, drafted, project managed, and fabricated projects for over 5 years. There she worked with many of Architectural Digest’s Top 100 interior designers and architects as well as New York’s elite clientele. Alex is a fourth generation builder who specializes in furniture engineering as well as precious materials, exotic woods, skins (parchment, leather, and shagreen), stone, glass, gilding, traditional craftsmanship, and green building.

Drew Arrison:
Drew is a Memphis native who, after studying film and television production at The University of Memphis, moved to Los Angeles where he worked in production for The Simpsons television program working on over 200 episodes. After a decade in Los Angeles he spent several years in London working on television projects before moving to New York. In New York he worked for Clockwork-Apple, a design and model making studio, creating commercial work for clients including Hewlett-Packard, Tiffany & Co., and Stella Artois, as well as working in set design for clients including Neiman Marcus and Vogue.