RDG in the Media: Jack Patton Talks the Future of Locker Room Design

Athletic Business asked architects to weigh in on how spaces already dedicated to personal hygiene might change in the future to further promote patron health.

Locker room design has changed over the years to reflect the evolving preferences of end-users. Now, in the midst of a global pandemic, what impact will unprecedented public awareness of infectious disease have on future design? In this latest piece from Athletic Business, RDG Principal and Architect Jack Patton, AIA, LEED AP weighs in.

Click to read the full article on rethinking locker room design amid a pandemic.

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