As Detroit's riverfront progress flows further down the banks, the 22-acre West Riverfront Park will be the next site to transform from an industrial afterthought into a world-class destination spot. ROSSETTI has teamed with Seattle's Gustafson Guthrie Nichol (GGN) as one of the four design firms who were selected to present their plans to the community. The team's renderings and design concepts will be on display at 1001 Woodward until February 22.
Urban Land Magazine
Urban Land Magazine has published a piece on the buildings we use for public transit that balance architecture with functionality, and highlighted ROSSETTI's QLINE stations alongside other projects like Arnhem Central in Holland and the Second Avenue Subway in Manhattan. Here's a snippet culled from the article below.
Crain's Detroit Business
My neighbor is noisy. These overhead lights are too bright. Too much distraction. I can't hear myself think. Sound familiar? Complaints like these have dogged the open office concept since it first swept through America's business landscape. Read on to see where our Creative Director Kelly Deines thinks the open office plan is headed.
Frankincense, myrrh, and melted vinyl. It’s the holiday season, and Detroiters are getting in the spirit by kickstarting a new tradition: a storefront retail decorating contest. Lawrence Technological University’s Detroit Center for Design and Technology is pairing local designers to shops in West Village, Corktown, Downtown, and Midtown for the first-ever Holiday Window Walk.
Detroit Free Press
The new Detroit Pistons performance center will house a familiar name. The Pistons and Michigan-based grocer Plum Market announced in a press release Wednesday morning that the grocery chain will open a cafe and retail store in the Henry Ford-Detroit Pistons Performance Center under construction in the New Center area of Detroit, a short distance from Little Caesars Arena.