clean, modern workspace that doubles as a space for client entertaining
The recent manufacturing come-back and surplus of technology start-ups moving to Detroit persuaded this 127 year old law firm to open up their newest office location close to the action in Detroit’s business district. ROSSETTI was challenged to transform the empty sixth floor space of the Federal Reserve Building into clean, modern offices that would also serve as a space for client entertaining. To brighten up the space, ROSSETTI designers installed nanawalls throughout the office. Materials from the existing space such as terracotta walls and concrete floors were left exposed and paired with sleek furniture and a warm color palette to create a perfect balance of old and new. Additionally, a 2,400 SF terrace was built out on the west side of the office as an ideal spot for client entertaining.