THE WORLD'S FIRST NATURALLY-VENTILATED TENNIS STADIUM
The 2018 US Open is set to be a milestone event that simultaneously completes the $550-million overhaul of the USTA National Tennis Center and celebrates the tournament's 50th anniversary.
Goodbye, Crandon Park. Hello, Hard Rock.
This year’s tournament will be the final farewell to Key Biscayne—which has been the Miami Open’s home for over 32 years—as it prepares for a seismic shift to the city that bears its name.
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The new Louis Armstrong Stadium converts the site of the old facility into one of the Grand Slam tournaments' most intimate large tennis venues, topped by a retractable roof to keep spectators dry, says Jon Disbrow, ROSSETTI's lead architect for the project.
The Detroit chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Detroit) has announced ROSSETTI as the winner of the Technology in Architectural Practice (TAP) category for the Arthur Ashe Stadium Retractable Roof. TAP tracks the computer technology that weaves in and out of the life of the building, including the design, construction, and management.
Coming back from a record-breaking U.S. Open, President and Chief Architect of Serious Fun, Matt Rossetti speaks about the tennis center's new palette of materials, smart master-planning, and how the new retractable roof works during rain or shine.
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