Matching articles for Locker Rooms: 30
Feature Article - March 2017
Locker rooms have come a long way from the bare-bones functional spaces of the past. Modern-day locker rooms are designed to please modern-day patrons, with amenities and layouts that makes more sense.
Guest Column - October 2016
Locker rooms might not always be top-of-mind for your visitors, but you'd better believe they'll notice if you don't properly design and care for these spaces. Here are some essential elements of a well-planned locker room.
Problem Solver - August 2016
Look for a cart with shelves that are big enough to handle your needs. In addition, find a solution with wheels to make it easy to roll the cart where it needs to be for your members when your facility opens for the day. Then, at the end of the day, you can roll your dirty towels straight to the laundry service.
Swimmers will appreciate it if you incorporate a way for them to dry their wet suits quickly. Swimsuit water extractors can remove up to 95 percent of a swimsuit's moisture in less than 10 seconds, which makes this a perfect feature for your locker room if you have aquatic amenities. In addition to pleasing patrons, a swimsuit water extractor will help keep your locker rooms tidy and dry, because patrons won't have any reason to leave their dripping suits hanging over locker doors.
Feature Article - March 2016
Traditional men's and women's locker rooms have gradually given way to a more diverse array of options. Many facilities have added family changing rooms, as well as lockers outside of the locker room for those who come and go already dressed in their workout gear. Find out about these and other trends.
Guest Column - October 2015
Incorporating green elements into locker room design provides a new approach to security, and satisfies both owners and visitors alike.
Problem Solver - August 2015
For swimmers, you should consider incorporating a way to dry wet suits. A swimsuit water extractor removes up to 95 percent of a swimsuit's moisture in just seconds, making it a perfect choice for facilities that feature aquatic amenities. What's more, this will help keep your locker room clean and tidy, as patrons won't be tempted to leave dripping suits over the doors of lockers.
Feature Article - March 2015
Dirty locker rooms that don't seem secure will definitely affect the success of your facility. Here, we'll examine locker room design trends, focusing on ease of maintenance and aesthetically pleasing solutions.
Guest Column - January 2015
If you want your lockers and other amenities within your facility to stand up to use and abuse—and look good while doing it—you may want to consider products manufactured from solid phenolic.
Web Exclusive - November 2014
The new, 160,000-square-foot Provo City Recreation Center is designed to accommodate patrons of all ages. With comfort in mind, special attention was given to the facility's locker rooms and restrooms.