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Carrie Heimmer, RA, LEED GA

Trends in Active Aging Centers

Trends in Active Aging Centers

Energy. Excitement. Movement. Laughter. Learning. Children. These are not the terms that come to mind when one envisions a traditional senior recreation center.

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Posted by Carrie Heimmer, RA, LEED GA on October 1, 2015 at 12:54pm

Mick Massey, RLA

Trends in Locker Room Design

Trends in Locker Room Design

Growing up in the 1960’s and 70’s, a locker room was a cavernous, uncomfortable, smelly public space whose functional design focused less on personal space and more on efficiently serving a large number of people. The average locker room experience was the same for my Dad, and oddly enough, locker rooms did not evolve or improve from his boyhood to mine. In those days, the typical recreation center locker rooms were modeled after High School athletic locker rooms serving the masses for personal hygiene and dressing after a vigorous sport or workout. This “old school” locker room model was accepted as status quo and adapted into recreation centers for decades.

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Posted by Mick Massey, RLA on July 31, 2015 at 05:08pm

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