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Critical Mass for Business
POSTED 12.06.2019
Matt Rossetti was recently on the the Critical Mass for Business Radio Show where he discusses designing experiences that enrich people's lives by providing fresh and inventive context. You can listen to the whole interview from Critical Mass at the link below. Critical Mass for Business: https://bit.ly/2nVO73Q
Cleveland.com
POSTED 09.30.2019
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Few things in sports have evolved like locker rooms. Decades ago, wooden benches lined often dank basements with exposed pipes. Things have changed. The renovations that Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse didn't spare an inch, and that includes the Cavs' locker room, which is now three times bigger.
US OPEN
POSTED 09.10.2019
WHAT HAPPENED: Three-time Grand Slam champ Stan Wawrinka fought off a stern challenge from the youngest man in the ATP's Top 300 in Louis Armstrong Stadium. In the Day 1 evening-session opener, the Swiss outlasted 18-year-old Italian Jannik Sinner, 6-3, 7-6, 4-6, 6-3, to begin his New York campaign.  Wawrinka's down-the-line backhand was the standout shot in the early going, as he clocked two clean winners to set the tone for the first-round encounter. After the Swiss closed out the first set with a one-break advantage, he gained some early separation in the second, going up 3-1.
USA Today
POSTED 05.18.2018
The U.S. Open tennis tournament turns 50 this year, and its extreme makeover is nearly complete. When the tournament begins on Aug. 27, the new Louis Armstrong Stadium will be finished – marking  the end of a five-year, $600-million transformation of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows. The whole symmetrical stadium will be naturally ventilated, eliminating the need for air conditioning.
POSTED 05.15.2018
THE WORLD'S FIRST NATURALLY-VENTILATED TENNIS STADIUM  The 2018 US Open is set to be a milestone event that simultaneously completes the $550-million overhaul of the USTA National Tennis Center and celebrates the tournament's 50th anniversary.