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160 W. Fort St.Detroit, Michigan, United States
ROSSETTI is an architectural design and planning firm headquartered in Detroit, Michigan The firm engages in the design of professional sports stadiums, arenas, entertainment venues, institutions and commercial buildings. Within the past decade, ROSSETTI has also focused on designing sports anchored developments and master planning, where stadiums are designed and planned to carefully integrate into an urban environment.
- 1 History
- 2 Projects
- 3 References and further reading
- 4 References
- 5 External links
ROSSETTI is a privately owned architectural firm that was founded in Detroit, in 1969, by Gino Rossetti. In 1999, the firm's ownership was passed onto his son, Matt Rossetti.
The firm's early projects centered on health care facilities, corporate headquarters, interiors, retail and master planning. The firm began approaching the sports and entertainment industry after ROSSETTI was contracted in 1984 to design The Palace of Auburn Hills. The project, which broke ground in 1986, and opened in 1988, marked the firms first major success in sports entertainment.
Today, ROSSETTI works with clients worldwide on a wide variety of projects, with a focus on sports and entertainment. ROSSETTI's focus globally is in Asia and Europe.
Daytona International Speedway - Daytona Rising
- ROSSETTI’s innovative design transformed Daytona International Speedway into the first motorsports stadium. The corporate value proposition is a new model for corporate sponsorship and immersive brand activation.
The Palace of Auburn Hills
- ROSSETTI designed and engineered a new hospitality suite product for the Palace of Auburn Hills (where the lower and mid-level suites were located). Prior to this, "Sky Box" suites were commonly located along the upper concourse of arenas. Placed within the lower seating bowls, the hospitality suites at the Palace were the first of their kind.
Return on Design
- ROSSETTI has provided ROD analyses for two dozen clients evaluating the fan and VIP experience, hospitality segmentation, sponsor activation and more. For new venues, ROD programs spaces for revenue generation. For existing venues, new premium products secure necessary renovations while providing a return on investment within 2–5 years.
Research and Development
- ROSSETTI R&D developed and launched Sightline Designer in 2012, which is a parametric plug-in for Grasshopper which allows designers the ability to interactively design 3D seating bowls. Clients and designers experience, in real-time, the effects of design decisions on spectator viewing quality, the shape of the seating bowl and heights of concourses.
- Stroh Center, Bowling Green, Ohio – Bowling Green Falcons (2011)
- Convocation Center, Ypsilanti, Michigan – Eastern Michigan Eagles (1998)
- Ted Constant Convocation Center, Norfolk, Virginia – Old Dominion Monarchs (2002)
- Marriott Center, Provo, Utah – Brigham Young University Cougars (2011)
- Cobo Arena, Detroit, Michigan – University of Detroit
- Yost Ice Arena, Ann Arbor, Michigan – Michigan Wolverines (2010)
- Compton Family Ice Arena, Notre Dame, Indiana – Notre Dame Fighting Irish (2011)
- Lynah Rink, Ithica,New York – Cornell Big Red (2004)
- Von Braun Center, Huntsville, Alabama – University of Alabama-Huntsville (2003)
- Ridder Arena, Minneapolis,Minnesota – Minnesota Golden Gophers (2002)
- MacInnes Student Ice Arena, Houghton, Michigan – Michigan Tech Huskies (2007)
- Taffy Abel Arena, Sault Ste. Marie,Michigan – Lake Superior State Lakers (1996)
- Incheon Football Stadium, Incheon, South Korea – Incheon United (2012)
- Tele2 Arena, Johanneshov, Stockholm, Sweden – Djurgardens IF (2013)-in partnership with White Architects
Minor League Hockey
- Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Michigan – Grand Rapids Griffins (1996)
- Citizens Business Bank Arena, Ontario, California – Ontario Reign (2008)
- Rabobank Arena, Bakersfield, California – Bakersfield Condors (1997)
MLS Soccer Stadiums
- StubHub Center, Carson, California – LA Galaxy (2003)
- Toyota Park, Bridgeview, Illinois – Chicago Fire (2006)
- Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy, Utah – Real Salt Lake (2008)
- Talen Energy Stadium, Chester, Pennsylvania – Philadelphia Union (2010)
- Red Bull Arena, Harrison, New Jersey – New York Red Bulls (2010)
- Incheon Football Stadium, Incheon, Korea – Incheon United (2012)
- Tele2 Arena, Stockholm, Sweden – Djurgårdens IF Fotboll (2013)
- Michigan International Speedway, Renovations, Brooklyn, Michigan – International Speedway Corporation (1999)*
- Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, Florida – International Speedway Corporation (2016)*
- The Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, Michigan – Detroit Pistons (1988)
- TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts – Boston Celtics (2014)
NBA Training Facilities
- Los Angeles Clippers Training Center, Los Angeles, California – Los Angeles Clippers (2005)
- Cleveland Cavaliers Clinic Courts, Independence,Ohio – Cleveland Cavaliers (2007)
- Los Angeles Lakers Training Facility + Headquarters, El Segundo, California – Los Angeles Lakers (2017)
- Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan – Detroit Lions (2002)
- CenturyLink Field Renovations, Seattle, Washington – Seattle Seahawks Seattle Sounders FC (2014)
- CenturyLink Field Pressbox Suites, Seattle, Washington – Seattle Seahawks (2016)
- Canadian Tire Centre, Ottawa, Ontario – Ottawa Senators (1996)
- Staples Center, Los Angeles, California – Los Angeles Kings (2009)
- Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia – Vancouver Canucks (2009)
- USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, Flushing Meadows, New York – United States Tennis Association (1996)
- Indian Wells Tennis Garden, Indian Wells, California (2000)
- Tennis Center at Crandon Park, Miami, Florida (1992)
- Cobo Center, Detroit, Michigan (1960)
- Riverplace Lofts, Detroit, Michigan (2006)
- Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Detroit Branch Building, Detroit, Michigan (2013)
- Compuware World Headquarters, Detroit, Michigan (2003)
- The Qube, Detroit, Michigan (2012)
- Riverplace Lofts, Detroit, Michigan (2011)
- COBO Center, Detroit, Michigan (2013)
- The Albert, Detroit, Michigan (2014)
- Downtown Boxing Gym Youth Program, Detroit, Michigan (2015)
- Vertical Detroit, Detroit, Michigan (2015)
- Jim Brady's Detroit, Royal Oak, Michigan (2015)
- Rebol Brew Bar, Cleveland, Ohio (2016)
- Varnum Law, Detroit, Michigan (2016)
- Rocket Fiber, Detroit, Michigan (2016)
- International Bancard, Detroit, Michigan (2016)
References and further reading
- Hill, Eric J. and John Gallagher (2002). AIA Detroit: The American Institute of Architects Guide to Detroit Architecture. Wayne State University Press. ISBN 0-8143-3120-3.
- Meyer, Katherine Mattingly and Martin C.P. McElroy with Introduction by W. Hawkins Ferry, Hon A.I.A. (1980). Detroit Architecture A.I.A. Guide Revised Edition. Wayne State University Press. ISBN 0-8143-1651-4.
- Serious Fun (Three Generations by Reed Kroloff)
- Carter, David M. (2011). Money Games: Profiting from the Convergence of Sports and Entertainment. Stanford UP. ISBN 0-8047-5955-3.
- "Contact." ROSSETTI. Retrieved on November 16, 2009.