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POSTED 06.30.2021
THE NEW MULTI-PURPOSE ARENA: PART 3 June 30, 2021  |  Matt Taylor, AIA, LEED AP The third of ROSSETTI’s Multi-Purpose Arena blog series offering design guidelines to help universities create value through right-sized, affordable facilities.
POSTED 06.16.2021
HE NEW MULTI-PURPOSE ARENA: PART 2 June 16, 2021  |  Matt Taylor, AIA, LEED AP The second of ROSSETTI’s Multi-Purpose Arena blog series offering design guidelines to help universities create value through right-sized, affordable facilities.
POSTED 03.15.2021
THE NEW MULTI-PURPOSE ARENA: PART 1 March 15, 2021 | By Matt Taylor, AIA, LEED AP This is the first of ROSSETTI’s Multi-Purpose Arena blog series offering design guidelines to help universities create value through right-sized, affordable facilities.
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POSTED 12.09.2020
Rossetti’s strength is designing for revenue generation. “It’s our approach for every type of design opportunity, whether it’s for a sports district, venue, or hospitality space,” Matt Rossetti said. “When I look back at the firm’s history, these two ingredients were there all along, but it’s really been in the last 15-20 years that experience and value have become completely integrated into our design thinking.” Newly renovated Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
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POSTED 10.14.2020
The architectural design industry has struggled with diversity and inclusion, particularly for people of color.  As an example, only 2% of licensed architects in the U.S. are African American*. This issue is especially notable in the City of Detroit, where the population of African Americans is 78.6%**.  The issues and barriers to architecture are complex and deeply ingrained.