ROSSETTI will be hiring three high school interns from University of Michigan's Architecture Prep (ArcPrep) program to join us this summer. For the second year in a row, ROSSETTI is also participating in the City of Detroit's "Grow Detroit's Young Talent" (GDYT) program. A high school student interested in architecture and drafting will join ROSSETTI's studio for the summer. In addition to bringing high school interns into our studio, ROSSETTI has also sponsored a fellow through the Challenge Detroit program from 2015 - 2016 and will do so again for the next cohort
The development, designed by ROSSETTI and proposed by Rock Ventures and Platinum Equity, will mark the main entry point to downtown Detroit, forming a welcoming gateway to the city at the intersection of I-375 and Gratiot. The site is currently an unfinished jail site owned by Wayne County. ROSSETTI’s portfolio includes five Major League Soccer (MLS) stadiums – more than any other architecture firm in the world.
Dan Gilbert and partners are proposing a $1-billion investment at Wayne County's unfinished jail site for a 25,000-seat Major League Soccer stadium and other developments, including restaurants, hotel rooms, and a commercial office tower.
In a special 'The Future of the Cities' section, the Wall Street Journal has lauded Detroit for reducing the red tape for neighborhood redevelopment. Other cities featured are Singapore, Medellin, Houston and Vancouver.
The ROSSETTI discover, dare, deliver approach transforms design ideas from unthinkable to reality. We work with our partner clients on projects ranging from stadium design and mixed-use developments to hospitality and workplace. Family-owned for 50 years, ROSSETTI is an architecture firm of 100 talented team members headquartered in the heart of downtown Detroit.