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With the tremendous technological advances we have experienced in recent years, and shall continue to experience, one will find the working individual's week shortened to thirty, even twenty, hours. Machines will be responsible for a vast amount of labor currently conducted by men. Accompanying this decrease in working hours will be a high correlation of leisure time, much of which will be spent in recreation. At present, facilities in all areas of recreation are highly limited. In the future, a large portion of man's energy will be directed toward provision of adequate facilities in keeping with his role of leisure and toward directing his excess hours to a healthy outlet.

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School of Architecture and Planning

First Committee Member (Chair)

Thomas R. Vreeland Jr.

Second Committee Member

Geoffrey Holroyd

Third Committee Member

Don Paul Schlegel


This is a bachelor's thesis presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture.

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