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POSTED 01.03.2019
The women’s locker room expansion at Breslin Student Events Center is the final piece to the Michigan State University Basketball Program’s wholistic approach to athletic development. The Relaxation Room allows athletes to escape fromthe outside sources of stress and decompress. According to research, emotional and mental wellbeing is equally important to boost academic and athletic productivity.
Curbed Washington DC
POSTED 09.27.2018
Officially open to the public at the ribbon-cutting ceremony last weekend, D.C.’s Entertainment and Sports Arena (ESA) in Southeast will herald a new chapter for the St. Elizabeths East Campus, the former site of facilities for a major psychiatric hospital administered by the federal government. The project is part of the ongoing redevelopment of the 180-acre campus into a massive mixed-use community.
POSTED 04.20.2018
As professional training facilities continue to move back into urban areas, it is critical for planners and architects to consider the urban context outside the venue just as much as the venue features themselves. In order for the facilities we build in urban areas to benefit their neighborhoods, we must consider how these venues relate to their surroundings: the existing buildings, the street network and the people.
DBusiness Magazine
POSTED 04.13.2018
ROSSETTI, a Detroit-based sports and entertainment architecture firm, Wednesday announced it has completed renovations of Michigan State University’s Breslin Student Events Center in East Lansing.
Crain's Detroit Business
POSTED 03.16.2018
The energy of March Madness is heating up in some Detroit workplaces.