Problems of Architecture and Construction


Modern leisure centers in the field of entertainment, recreation and communication respond to many of the needs of society reflect the current trends in leisure activities. Leisure centers are different from other cultural institutions by multi-disciplinary service, the ability to perform a series of functions (entertainment, sports and recreation, informational, etc.). The article discusses the architectural and planning decisions of foreign leisure centers.

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References: 1. Robert A. Stebbins. The Sociology of Leisure: an Estranged Child of Mainstream Sociology. International Journal of the Sociology of Leisure. April 2018, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp 43–53 2. Qian Yin. When Culture meets Architecture. – California, Published by Profession Design Press Co., 2011. 3. Commercial Architecture, The Most Impressive Leisure Centers In The World.http://www.thedecorativesurfaces.com/en/commercial-architecture/ 4. Philip Jodido Public architecture now! – Taschen, 2010. 5. Alan Phillips, The best in leisure and public architecture. - Rotovision, 1993 .

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