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POSTED 09.11.2017
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.
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. 
POSTED 09.05.2017
From the inside of the North Side Suites in Ford Field, you have the perfect view of the game below; but when the Lions finally score and you jump up to celebrate, you don’t want to put your drink down on any standard table. That’s why the North Suite islands―ROSSETTI's custom-designed banquet tables―are the perfect design companion to your in-game experience.
POSTED 09.05.2017
As virtual reality booms in Silicon Valley, ROSSETTI applies the tech to Detroit football
The Detroit News
POSTED 08.24.2017
Four internationally acclaimed firms have been chosen as finalists in a design competition to imagine how to use the 22-acre site of West Riverfront Park. ROSSETTI is the local urban planning partner on one of the selected teams, led by Seattle-based Gustafson Guthrie Nichol in collaboration with Arup and Guy Nordenson and Associates. Other local partners include Grand Rapids-based Conservation Design Forum, Detroit-based Building Community Value, Detroit-based Salonnière and Detroit-based Mannik Smith Group.