Balance Aesthetics and Function for the Best Facility Design Results

Consider practical matters during the design process to create a fitness facility that looks great and accommodates the needs of staff and members.

Sometimes, design is overrated. Obviously, architects take design very seriously and fiercely believe that the look and feel of a club is hugely important in establishing an emotional connection between our members and our facility, but it is important to remember that good design is a balance between the look and feel of a club and the club’s functions. When too many resources are allocated to form rather than function, the result may be a great-looking club that really does not functi

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