revitalizing detroit's urban core
ROSSETTI was challenged to design the Compuware Building to anchor Detroit’s Campus Martius Park and personify Detroit's revitalization. The million square foot, 15-story building features innovative floor plates with glass-enclosed offices circling the open core of the atrium. The extended arms of the building create an open embrace of the lobby, plaza and park outside.
When Dan Gilbert moved his executive staff to the building’s 10th floor, ROSSETTI translated the Quicken Loans’ culture into offices that are sophisticated, yet don’t take themselves too seriously. The bold interior design expression throughout the offices, board rooms and hallways is a motivational backdrop for the firm’s staff and many visitors to Detroit.
With its glass office pods, writable surfaces and colorful meeting spaces, the design encourages creativity among co-workers. Unique features include the ½- court replica of Q Arena and the firm’s executive board room, which weaves together Detroit themes with Quicken Loans branding.
With the purchase of the building by Dan Gilbert, ROSSETTI will assist in the rebranding of One Campus Martius and renovation of public spaces for increased engagement with the City at its front door.