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Daniel is originally from, and currently lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan with his wife and family. He attended Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning, in Muncie, Indiana, where with a focus on sustainable design, alternative building methods, he received a master’s degree in architecture. During his time in school and working with a local carpenter deconstructing old homes Daniel fell in love with the immense potential hidden beneath the decay of the old dilapidated structures they were taking down. While tinkering with and trying to find new uses for these materials he discovered a passion for furniture-making. With this passion for design and working with these materials, re.dwell was born.


Project manager

Mark has been helping out at re.dwell almost from the beginning, always answering the call when an extra set of hands were needed. He officially joined the re.dwell team full-time in 2018. Mark has a passion for making, woodworking, and always has a creative solution. He brings a diverse skill set from a background in millwork production, retail, and facilities management.


dylan hettinga


Dylan joined the re.dwell team summer of 2021 and has already made a huge impact. He brings a wide range of skill sets and wood working experience from millwork and furniture production. 


nate wasnich

Nate joined us a full time craftsman starting the beginning of 2022 after helping out in the shop as a part-time contractor. He brings a background in construction and art. Nate has a long history of volunteer work in sustainability and public works projects spanning twelve countries. He currently lives in a tiny house he built from recycled building materials. 


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