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Crain's Detroit Business
POSTED 11.28.2017
My neighbor is noisy. These overhead lights are too bright. Too much distraction. I can't hear myself think. Sound familiar? Complaints like these have dogged the open office concept since it first swept through America's business landscape. Read on to see where our Creative Director Kelly Deines thinks the open office plan is headed. 
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.
POSTED 09.08.2017
At ROSSETTI, while we have the drive and passion for doing great work, we also like to have serious fun. Our culture is very important to us, and for this reason we strive to provide a lively, collaborative environment for all our employees, clients, and visitors. 
Crain's Detroit
POSTED 03.30.2017
We all know the stereotypes around millennials in the workforce, but what do millennials in metro Detroit really think about their workplace? If you are among the many businesses grappling with an influx of young talent, here's some insight into what millennials look for in an ideal work environment. Crain's Detroit interviews ROSSETTI's Michael Paciero, a virtual design and construction project coordinator and a former Challenge Detroit fellow on his views of what millennials in Detroit really want and expect from their employer. Their generation will be the topic of discussion at the Detroit Regional Chamber’s upcoming Attracting and Engaging Millennials event on April 12.
Crains Detroit Business
POSTED 01.03.2017
International Bancard Corpplans to grow its payroll by up to 50 employees in the next two years as it settles in to its new ROSSETTI-designed space in downtown Detroit.