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circulation

Areas in an office space that are used to travel between offices, cubicles and the like; hallways and corridors.

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Do doors used to connect any room to a circulation path have proper maneuvering clearances?
It is only after one reaches the verandah to the upper level that the magnificence of the temple is revealed, impelling one forward through a circulation path that leads from one defined space to another.
Wall-mounted objects, such as lighting, which are installed lower than 80 inches and more than 27 inches above the finished floor must not project more than 4 inches into the circulation path.
The gambling area is set within a large circle that radiates out from a centre bar to the 36-table games to the slots to a marble circulation path where patrons can move about freely.
The team first set out to streamline the space to address the projected volume of users while also rectifying an existing tunnel-like entry by creating a strong connection to the building's main atrium and public circulation path.
A steel truss line serves as the edge of the circulation path leading to the mezzanine level's stairway.
Natural light was maximized by locating open workstations along the exterior windows and providing four large skylights at the central circulation path, enhanced by comfortable, glare-free lighting in common areas for agents working at computer screens, accomplished with indirect, suspended pendant fixtures, spaced for even illumination along extra-high ceilings.
A large public plaza along the southern boundary of the project will provide a new landscaped circulation path between West and Washington Streets and facilitate pedestrian transportation to Lower Manhattan from Bat tery Park City.
The main circulation path through the facility (appropriately named "Veterans Way") extends from Town square in two directions and contains additional resident services, such as doctors' offices, dentist and pharmacy.
Reconfiguring the ED from "neighborhoods" to an "avenues and streets" model allows for better segregation of patient acuity in the four streets, while allowing for more efficient patient and staff flow between the street along the main circulation path, or avenue.
A circulation path with shifting floor plates mimics the rugged terrain and leads visitors on a continuous route, without stairs or elevators, through two levels of exhibits, support spaces, and a film theater.