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POSTED 01.26.2018
The Inverted Bowl is set to turn the eSports world up-side-down. With revolutionary design elements that offer incredible sightlines, it will completely change the eSports viewing experience. Click here to read the eSports Insider interview with Matt Rossetti!
POSTED 01.18.2018
ROSSETTI's own Katie Miller was featured in ArchDaily with her team's award-winning networked approach for a future practice model. As from the source: The networked practice focuses on the fact that, as architects and designers, we can do more collectively than we can on our own. The people’s choice award winner, JAMB, is an example of this. They looked to create a membership-based organization where small-and-medium-sized practices can join their resources, enabling them to become larger players and be more competitive.
POSTED 01.09.2018
As long as games have been designed to have a high score, people have been competing to win them. Video games are no different, and the evolution of eSports from a room of computer enthusiasts to a packed arena of dedicated video game fans happened rapidly, and the momentum is picking up steam. 
POSTED 12.12.2017
Earlier this year, ROSSETTI constructed a full-scale mock-up of the new Inverted Bowl concept on the deck of their 4th-floor headquarters in downtown Detroit. The mock-up accurately simulates the sightlines of the final Inverted Bowl from one of the thrusted balcony tiers.
POSTED 12.01.2017
Even if you’re not familiar with their name, you probably know their work. ROSSETTI, located in Detroit, Michigan has designed and renovated some of the highest profile stadiums and arenas across the world: the design and upgrade of Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, New York, home of the US Open; a $400 million redesign of Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida; or even Baku Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan and the Tele2 Arena in Stockholm, Sweden, which won Stadium of the Year Award by Stadium Business in 2014.