You’ve spent years thinking about your building or renovation project. You’ve mulled over a thousand details, and you’re feeling the pressure. Take it from someone who’s led hundreds of workshops; there’s a proven method that consistently gets projects off to a great start. You may be wondering if I know of a better way to plan or design. While those things are important, what I’m talking about is a pause for deep introspection.
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Matt Rossetti was recently on the the Critical Mass for Business Radio Show where he discusses designing experiences that enrich people's lives by providing fresh and inventive context. You can listen to the whole interview from Critical Mass at the link below. Critical Mass for Business: https://bit.ly/2nVO73Q
You typically wouldn’t expect the words luxury and modular to be paired together. That was the case before the Miami Open, where modular is on design steroids for the next two weeks. It’s being used extensively throughout the tennis campus and stadium for seating stadia, premium hospitality, site activation, pop-up F+B, fan amenities and more. The results are spectacular. Could this be the design solution for world-class, cost-effective stadia?
Detroit’s Greektown Casino-Hotel has pulled back the curtains on its $15-million renovations of “food hall”-style dining space Monroe Market. When it debuts on May 1, 2018, on the third floor of the casino, the new restaurant space will feature six fast-casual dining counters as well as a full-service ramen bar called Noodle Art.
As Detroit seeks to reclaim its status as a world-class city, the importance of mixed-use neighborhoods will be at the forefront of the revival to ensure the city can recapture the decades of population loss and patterns of single-family home sprawl. It will be critical to apply thoughtful urban design practices to these neighborhoods as a way to redefine city living and pave a road for inclusive housing.