Nosebleeds no more, said Matt Rossetti, architect of a new “inverted bowl” design he said can reimagine the way arena construction, siting and seating all occurs. After spending seven years on the design process, walking through construction and engineering feasibility and multiple design iterations, Rossetti’s eponymous firm unveiled the inverted bowl design this week. “It is going to be incredible for everything,” he said. “This thing is going to be so frickin’ cool.”
Coming back from a record-breaking U.S. Open, President and Chief Architect of Serious Fun, Matt Rossetti speaks about the tennis center's new palette of materials, smart master-planning, and how the new retractable roof works during rain or shine.
A long-time partner of the International Speedway Corporation, Sunoco signed a multi-year agreement to allow for naming rights on the fifth injector at the new Daytona International Speedway. Rights to this injector also presented Sunoco with a challenge; how to effectively brand 20,000 SF of space (spanning over 4 levels) in a way that would engage, not overwelm NASCAR fans.
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The FIRST and only motorsports stadium is ready for the iconic Daytona 500! Daytona Rising built a modern stadium, while maintaining the soul of the racetrack.
Q+A with Jim Renne for PanStadia + Arena Management Magazine