Evidently, the future looks a lot like a 1950s suburban utopia, and Space Age architecture, also called "Googie style," is exemplified in this design commissioned by the Boys' Club of America. This was no ordinary clubhouse. It was "Boy-Topia," an extravagant playground for future generations who would play with radar, solar energy, atomic batteries, and spacecraft engines. The design called for an aircraft work area and shops, television and radar labs, a football stadium with a foldable plastic roof, and an observation tower, among other traditional facilities. We can only wonder if designers Griswold, Heckel and Keiser Associates would be disappointed that today's children are too preoccupied with video games to tinker with radar and aircraft.