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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.
POSTED 09.05.2017
As virtual reality booms in Silicon Valley, ROSSETTI applies the tech to Detroit football
POSTED 04.29.2016
Above: ROSSETTI designers examine louvers printed on the new SLS 3D Printer ROSSETTI’s commitment to research and development continues to evolve with the recent addition of a new SLS 3D printer. It extends our capabilities for experimentation and visualization, allowing design teams to design in both the virtual and physical world. 
POSTED 11.17.2015
ROSSETTI R&D creates innovative solutions through in-house software development, virtual modeling, technology testing, digital fabrication and prototyping.
POSTED 02.24.2015
Race fans at this year’s Rolex 24 At Daytona got a sneak peek into Daytona International Speedway’s DAYTONA Rising redevelopment project. The west end of the frontstretch grandstands, containing 40,000 new seats, wider concourses and two injector entrances officially opened, while construction continues on the reminder of the facility.