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POSTED 10.31.2017
In the age of social media, 140 characters can say a lot. A week after ROSSETTI's unveiling of The Inverted Bowl - a new arena concept, the tweets and retweets are rolling in from sports fans, architecture devotees, and franchise owners alike. Even Dan Gilbert, owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers, is spreading the synergy. 
MLive.com
POSTED 10.23.2017
EAST LANSING - A basketball team being picked to be one of the best in college basketball this season now has a newly updated new home.  Michigan State unveiled a $50 million renovation to the Breslin Center in a Friday afternoon ceremony on campus, marking the first major upgrade to the nearly three-decade old home to the Spartans basketball facility. 
Detroit Free Press
POSTED 10.23.2017
The Detroit Pistons are building more than a practice facility and corporate headquarters. The NBA franchise hopes to create a hub in the New Center neighborhood. That’s the message from Monday’s ground-breaking held at the future site of the Pistons’ home in the city of Detroit.
Venues Today
POSTED 10.12.2017
Nosebleeds no more, said Matt Rossetti, architect of a new “inverted bowl” design he said can reimagine the way arena construction, siting and seating all occurs. After spending seven years on the design process, walking through construction and engineering feasibility and multiple design iterations, Rossetti’s eponymous firm unveiled the inverted bowl design this week. “It is going to be incredible for everything,” he said. “This thing is going to be so frickin’ cool.”
AIA Detroit
POSTED 10.10.2017
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.