The Shape of Space: Indoor Sports Spaces

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Wiley, 1 Ağu 1991 - 120 sayfa
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The Shape of Space series Office Spaces Dining Spaces Food Preparation Spaces Indoor Sports Spaces Indoor Sports Spaces is one of the volumes in a new series of profusely illustrated manuals, created by designers for designers. Each of these books provides a multitude of easily accessible and usable solutions to space planning, layout and logistics. All the technical data, plans and dimensional drawings can be used and re-used by the designer as straightforward aides-mémoire, and may readily be converted to CAD and CD-ROM since the purchasers of the book also acquire the rights of electronic storage, retrieval and adaptation for use in their own work. This book gives guidance on equipment and competition areas for a wide range of indoor sporting activities, including gymnastics, combat sports, five-a-side soccer, basketball, netball, handball, ice skating, curling, hockey and water sports. Examples are given of small, medium and large indoor halls and of the differing arrangements for activities within these. The book also contains useful information on general health and fitness activities, ranging from sauna types, hot tubs, aerobics and dance areas through to weight lifting and weight training. General environmental requirements and design considerations are dealt with in the final section. The designer is offered an extremely valuable reference tool for use in planning a wide range of indoor sporting activities. The various plan elements are shown in several different formations supported by critical evaluations. Essentially Indoor Sports Spaces is an exploration of possibilities and a spur to the imagination. As such, it will be of great value to all those concerned in the initiation, design and management of all indoor sporting and fitness facilities.

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Robin Crane and Malcolm Dixon are founding partners of the London-based architectural and interior design practice Crane/Dixon. The practice has considerable experience in the design and implementation of all types of facilities and has worked closely with consultants, suppliers and managers.

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