Crossroads Juvenile Center Brooklyn, New York

Nadel, Barbara A.
December 1998
Architectural Record;Dec1998, Vol. 186 Issue 12, p82
Trade Publication
Describes the architectural designs of the Crossroads Juvenile Center in Brooklyn, New York City. Challenge in creating designs that convey a normalized environment to rehabilitate juvenile offenders; Flexibility of the facility's accommodations for residents.


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