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POSTED 12.11.2017
The Green Bay Packers' Titletown Park got a nice boost Thursday as its ice skating rink opened and a new daily light show was launched as another step in the Titletown District near Lambeau Field. The park, which includes a full-size football field and sledding hill, opened in mid-September and is a big draw for fans heading to games at Lambeau Field. The district also includes a Lodge Kohler hotel, Hinterland Brewery and a Bellin Health sports medicine clinic.
POSTED 11.27.2017
Frankincense, myrrh, and melted vinyl. It’s the holiday season, and Detroiters are getting in the spirit by kickstarting a new tradition: a storefront retail decorating contest. Lawrence Technological University’s Detroit Center for Design and Technology is pairing local designers to shops in West Village, Corktown, Downtown, and Midtown for the first-ever Holiday Window Walk.
Detroit Free Press
POSTED 11.21.2017
The new Detroit Pistons performance center will house a familiar name. The Pistons and Michigan-based grocer Plum Market announced in a press release Wednesday morning that the grocery chain will open a cafe and retail store in the Henry Ford-Detroit Pistons Performance Center under construction in the New Center area of Detroit, a short distance from Little Caesars Arena.
POSTED 09.28.2017
Everything in the world has been designed by somebody, and putt-putt is no exception. For this year’s Detroit Design Festival, a small unit of designers within ROSSETTI decided to put an architectural spin on the classic game. The result was an interactive installation and experiment in place-making called Push//Rotate//Play.
The Detroit News
POSTED 08.24.2017
Four internationally acclaimed firms have been chosen as finalists in a design competition to imagine how to use the 22-acre site of West Riverfront Park. ROSSETTI is the local urban planning partner on one of the selected teams, led by Seattle-based Gustafson Guthrie Nichol in collaboration with Arup and Guy Nordenson and Associates. Other local partners include Grand Rapids-based Conservation Design Forum, Detroit-based Building Community Value, Detroit-based Salonnière and Detroit-based Mannik Smith Group.