circulation path


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circulation path

Access standards for designing the way of passage, whether exterior or interior, for pedestrians regardless of their ability.
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Are signs posted and arranged along circulation paths to adequately show how to get to the nearest exit?
Two patient or "semiprivate" rooms have been organized to create separate zones for each patient, placing them to either side of a common circulation path.
The north courtyard explores the metaphor of a tree-lined stream cutting through the earth to create a circulation path.
The result is a strong, central circulation path, coupled with a series of circulation nodes acting as casual gathering areas.
The gentle fold of this circulation path emphasises the centrifugal movement of the cylindrical lobby and describes a fifth facade, connecting the geometries of the museum to an urban context characterised by skewed intersections and the domes of ancient churches.
A gently curving ramp coils languorously around the interior, marking out a circulation path through the array of exhibits relating to the cultivation of forests and the uses of timber.
The design revolves around the dynamic, curved, two-story atrium that connects the cross-campus circulation path.
The second floor waiting area was doubled in size and divided into two interconnected spaces visually separated from a primary circulation path by low translucent panel partitions.
50-inch glass pulls visitors along the circulation path to a variety of vignettes: a garage where bikes and skis are purchased, assembled, and serviced; a Hunting Lodge, which encourages anglers to try their hand at virtual fishing and provides workshops for the aspiring pro; the Aurora Borealis Lounge, where avid campers experience first-hand the tastes of camping foods.
The floor plan and overall circulation path is perhaps the most important component to consider when discussing wayfinding.