Circulation space

Circulation space

A space within a facility that provides access between functional areas for people, goods and services.
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The stations will cater to passenger volumes for the next 30 years and will have world-class amenities like FOBs with travellators, subways, common waiting rooms, clean toilets and restrooms, integrated public information systems, modern fire-fighting and emergency response services, convenience stores, lifts and escalators, adequate circulation space and commercial establishments.
The scheme aims to improve access into the building and to the rear garden, provide new communal rooms that are flexible and accessible and refresh the circulation space.
There is ample circulation space from the impressive lobby area with access to on-site amenities as the ground floor retail area will be home to a selection of restaurants and cafes.
With new flooring, well-lit and modified ceiling, and generous circulation space, the Zone is expected to provide a more spacious and comfortable environment for security processing.
Its interior spaces, and their fitting-out, were very specific, and there was a large amount of unusable volume and circulation space, not least in the form of a long internal ramp which circled slowly around the perimeter.
So before going sofa shopping, think about how much colour you want to add and how big a sofa you need - map it out with low tack tape on the floor to get an idea of required proportions that will still allow for adequate circulation space.
2] sensor readings between the circulation space and outside air.
Hospital planners or designers, therefore, seek to minimise circulation space (NHS Estates 2005).
So many schools are settling for a cheaper body in that book storage and circulation space that is breathing its last dying breath.
The design optimizes amenities and circulation space by expanding the exterior to create three distinct concourses: the North concourse (along Bruin Walk) will feature a 35-foot-high glass-enclosed entrance; the East, which includes a Tradition Gallery that will showcase the history of UCLA Athletics; and the South, a glazed concourse with glass hanger doors that will open out to an enhanced marketplace by creating a dynamic indoor-outdoor dining environment.
A Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) statement said it will provide more circulation space for passengers, an enlarged and reconfigured check-in area at the northern end of the terminal, and additional retail space.