My question is what would your Ideal locker room design be? Would you prefer a different design for different locations such as: During High School? During College? At the Gym? At work? At the pool? At other places where you have to change clothes? I created a sketch of a locker room design that I feel would be ideal for a School setting, where mandatory showers were required, and towels are provided. I know the sketch is sorta hard to understand I'm still in the process of creating a computer aided sketch. Here are some of the features: A large locker area with benches to change with several different sections that could be caged off if needed (I only mention this because I know in my hs locker room the lockers were separated into groups and then the different groups were separated by floor to ceiling cage like mesh, this was used as a way to assist in preventing theft as the sections that were not needed for specific classes to be closed off) A large open shower area with no partitions that has both pole and wall showers (I know that I personally prefer open showers, as I don't like the claustrophobic feeling of the little shower cubicles, which are especially bad in a retrofit type of situation because they are usually rather cramped and I don't want to accidentally touch the walls/curtain for fear of bacteria as I know they most likely don't get cleaned as much as they need to be) [This is especially a concern now with the MERSA cases that have been going around the country] A Laundry area for uniform/towel washing right in the locker room. With a Window to the locker area on both sides of the shower. So the uniforms can go in one side before students enter the shower and they can get a clean towel from the other window once they finish showering. And A set of small personal size lockers for certain sports gear that you want to use daily that doesn't require laundering like helmets, certain pads, kick boards, goggles, etc. As I know when I was in school some kids didn't take their gym clothes home for an entire semester and didn't change their underwear etc and wore sweaty clothes around all day. I would strongly recommend re instituting having the school provide and launder uniforms (Including Shirts, Shorts, Jocks, Socks, Swim wear - Brief style). All to be sorted by size only for ease of laundering and speed of distribution each day. The locker room also includes a lot of urinals and several stalls, along with multiple sinks, as I know in our gym and pool locker rooms when I was in hs we only had one urinal, one sink, and one toilet (that wasn't even portioned off) in the locker room and it made it extremely difficult for those of us who did care about hygiene to get ready in the allotted time period. I would also possibly recommend using a slightly taller than half wall for the urinals so people who are using the restroom area can stay connected to the activities going on in the rest of the locker room area. Other innovative features that I would like to see would be: Fingerprint/Keypad lockers (so there are no keys to be lost during sport/in the showers, as keys are a definite hassle, and it would be much easier to update this in the event of a compromised combination) And also have a specially designed locker venting system to remove moisture from items that are in there so that the locker room does not get an odor and items stay more sanitary. It was always so gross when someone one would pull a moldy swimsuit or moldy underwear out of their locker that had been in there for months. Other features that are not shown in my design, but would be great to be included: Steamroom Whirlpool/Hot Tub Meeting Room Resting Room Please look at this sketch and if you have a drawing of your own or a print of the blueprints of an actual locker room that you like that would be great so we can all visualize the different designs. If you don't have a picture, please provide a description of your ideal locker room.