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ANGSHUMAN DE (1951-1999)
Born in Calcutta, India, De came to Raleigh in 1957 and graduated from Broughton High School. He graduated from the NCSU School of Design in 1972 and received a Masters of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania in 1975.
He worked for firms in Baltimore MD and Winston-Salem NC prior to returning to Raleigh, where he worked for Ben Taylor before starting his own firm in 1984. He designed the Cameron Village Renovation, below, as well as a number of other commercial buildings.
1980 - The Angshuman and Deborah De House,
4209 Laurel Ridge Road, Raleigh.
Sources include: Wife Deborah De, University of Pennsylvania.