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Basketball Architecture News + Insights

Washington Business Journal
POSTED 03.01.2016
Events D.C hires ROSSETTI and DC-based firm, Marshall Moya Design to design a 5,000 seat arena planned for the St. Elizabeth's Campus in Ward 8. This arena will serve as the future home of the Washington Mystics, the training center of the Washington Wizards, and an entertainment venue for the local community.
POSTED 06.20.2015
Sports and entertainment design firm ROSSETTI, in association with Perkins+Will, envision and have designed a dynamic new building to bring together the LA Lakers’ and LA D-Fenders’ basketball and business operations, creating a state-of-the-art training facility and headquarters.
POSTED 04.12.2015
Jim Renne talks to Fields of Green about the latest investment in the business of basketball.
POSTED 06.28.2012
BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY MARRIOTT CENTER At 40 years old, the Marriott Center at Brigham Young University is known for its great basketball culture and sold out games. To keep a new generation of Cougar fans happy, BYU hired ROSSETTI to improve its guest comfort for the north court-side seating.   This involved not only swapping out bench seating with padded chairs, but also increasing leg room by designing deeper treads. ROSSETTI performed a detailed study to arrive at a solution, mitigate secondary implications and determine the ROI. 
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