RDG in the Media: Creating Community on Campus

In an interview with Recreation Magazine, RDG’s Tom Ohle, AIA discusses recreation centers as “sticky spaces” that enhance students’ physical, mental and emotional well-being.

When the American economy kicks back into gear and universities safely welcome back students, the design of on-campus recreation centers will be more important than ever.

Tom Ohle, AIA, whose work at RDG focuses on design of athletic facilities, discusses how recreation centers, which were once a peripheral or support building, have now become a core element of a campus’ culture, and why these spaces will continue to be critical to the overall physical, mental and emotional well-being of the students they serve.

Click to read Ohle’s full interview on the role rec centers play in creating a vibrant campus culture.
Related Posts
ENR Features Innovative Delivery Method on new Hilton Des Moines Downtown.
Environments for Aging Names Winners Of Annual Design Showcase
Fostering Public and Private Partnerships
ENR Midwest Honors Creighton School of Dentistry

Leave Your Comment

Your Comment*

Your Name*
Your Webpage