Bearing The Essentials

Downsizing isn’t always a bad thing. When it comes to locker rooms in rec centers, it may be the best way to go. “Members really don’t use locker rooms–or big lockers–that much,” says Doug Holzrichter, a principal at PHN Architects in Wheaton, Ill. The award-winning architecture and design firm specializes in recreational facilities, including recreation and fitness centers, aquatic facilities and golf course clubhouses and facilities. “Put in fewer lockers and reduce the room size,” Holzrichter advises. “Studies and experience …


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