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Parsons Students Transform an Aging Rec Center

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A team of architecture students overhauls a recreation center in Manhattan, creating a year-round facility with ample space for visitors.
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  By creating an outdoor pavilion for swimmers to change, the designers relieved an interior gym space that was dedicated to swimming in summer months. Photo by Michael Moran.
    By creating an outdoor pavilion for swimmers to change, the designers relieved an interior gym space that was dedicated to swimming in summer months. Photo by Michael Moran.
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  Covered lockers for swimmers are situated right by the pool. Photo by Michael Moran.
    Covered lockers for swimmers are situated right by the pool. Photo by Michael Moran.
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  Rows of outdoor lockers. Photo by Michael Moran.
    Rows of outdoor lockers. Photo by Michael Moran.
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  Graphic signs in the outdoor pavilion contain messages like "Swim," "Play," and "Splash," and their Spanish translations. Photo by Michael Moran.
    Graphic signs in the outdoor pavilion contain messages like "Swim," "Play," and "Splash," and their Spanish translations. Photo by Michael Moran.
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  The Highbridge Center was built in 1936 by the Works Progress Administration and is a popular public swimming destination in the summer. Photo by Michael Moran.
    The Highbridge Center was built in 1936 by the Works Progress Administration and is a popular public swimming destination in the summer. Photo by Michael Moran.

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