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POSTED 09.30.2020
The ROSSETTI team is so proud of Laura Bade who was recently awarded the Crain’s 2020 Notable Women In Design Award. Laura weaves architecture together with graphic, interior and industrial design to create bold visual solutions for ROSSETTI’s clients. Her background in environmental graphics and wayfinding assists the design team in shaping ideas that communicate experiences, brand and legacy. Some of Laura’s work includes Henry Ford Detroit Pistons Performance Center, Jim Brady’s Restaurants, Stockholm Globe Arenas and USTA National Tennis Center + Stadium District.
Coliseum
POSTED 08.26.2020
Matt Rossetti feels that there are many things involved with the pandemic. The big picture he says is that the industry is “obviously decimated and we are losing hundreds of millions of dollars a year”.
Sports Business Journal
POSTED 08.12.2020
Herds of crowds at stadium entrances, concourses and concession stands will be a thing of the past as venues consider a host of measures to restrict and track movement in sports venues when fans can return in the COVID era. Staggered arrival times, socially distanced seating arrangements and seating areas cordoned off by plexiglass dividers are among the approaches under consideration.
The Athletic
POSTED 07.13.2020
By Bill Shea Jul 10, 2020 Matt Rossetti is a third-generation architect and president of the Detroit-based ROSSETTI design firm that has worked on dozens of arenas and stadiums over the decades since his father launched the company in 1969.
VenuesNow - By Don Muret, Senior Editor
POSTED 07.09.2020
SAFE SUITE BUILDS IN SOCIAL DISTANCING, ALONG WITH PLEXIGLASS, DRINK COUNTER Seating vendor and entrepreneur Scott Suprina has developed the Safe Suite, a temporary solution for teams and venues as they work through the restrictions of smaller capacity without taking a big hit in ticket revenue. Suprina, whose former company Seating Solutions supplied portable seating for the Super Bowl and Final Four and created a temporary tennis venue for the Miami Open inside Hard Rock Stadium, has now turned his attention to resolving issues during the COVID-19 era.