From the Editors Desk
There are days at work when you are in the zone, right? Somehow, you manage to accomplish in a matter of hours things that would ordinarily take days to push through.
Over the years, as new ways of interacting with the water have led to popular new programs and new expectations from the public, aquatic designers have adapted, creating unique and innovative new worlds of water fun.
A Guide to Aquatic Facility Design
In our Guide to Aquatic Design, we talked to expert aquatic designers to learn more about the latest design trends for natatoriums and aquatic parks. We also take a closer look at the latest developments in splash play.
A recent report covering four cities reveals how investments in parks, libraries, trails and other civic assets can change people’s perceptions of the surrounding neighborhood.
When Pinellas County, Fla., needed to replace the boardwalks and fishing pier surrounding the observation tower at scenic Wall Springs Park, engineers decided to find a more lasting solution.
At Weber State, a little-used rooftop courtyard atop an athletic building gets a major refresh, bringing popular pickleball programming to students and staff.
At this recreation center, sustainability is one of the keys to effective design.