Sharing Can Optimize Team Locker Room Space

(Photo © Kun Zhang/Dimension Images, courtesy of RDG Planning & Design)
(Photo © Kun Zhang/Dimension Images, courtesy of RDG Planning & Design)

The rise of dedicated competition and practice facilities for individual Division I and II intercollegiate sports has made the design of team locker rooms more straightforward. Not simple, as there are many ways to design a single-sport team locker room even when the designer knows both the precise number of athletes in the space and exactly how they will use it. But single-sport locker rooms are certainly less complex than designing ones for multiple sports, teams and occupants that inhabit the same venue, which complicates planning and normally necessitates boosting considerably the amount of space devoted to team locker rooms.

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