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In architectural design, a walkway or corridor usually comes under what is known as circulation space, which connects one facility with another hall. The planning of a building of any scale and any typology, necessarily includes space for circulation. Designers are usually trying to minimize the space for circulation – or give it some other function so as to maximize the utility value of the space. In institutional/corporate buildings, the corridors are often given multiple functionalities – such as play areas in schools or break-out spaces in colleges/offices; thereby augmenting their primary function of connectivity. Walkways/corridors are usually created as smooth surfaces for ease of walking, with the right amount of friction to prevent slipping. Anti-skid tiles or paver-blocks are good options – depending on their location as indoor or outdoor. Wheelchair access must be one of the primary factors to be considered in the design of circulation spaces.

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      SURESH LAKHANI
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      Corridor with Basin
      Rajkumar Davidar


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