Corridors | Hallways

Corridors, or hallways, are long passages in a building with doors on one (single-loaded) or both sides (double-loaded). Most commonly used in residential and hotel projects, corridors provide the most efficient horizontal means of access and egress to a large amount of rooms. For high density apartment buildings, hallways are shared between many residential units and connect back to vertical modes of circulation in the form of stair cores and elevator lifts. Corridor widths vary to service diverse demands from single users in private homes to large groups of people in public facilities such as schools and hospitals.

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Two Lane Corridor
Illustration of the width of a Two Lane Corridor with two people walking side by side for scale

A Two-Lane Corridor enables people to move in either direction or just one direction. When used to move people in one direction, it is used to unblock traffic or reduce congestion. They are majorly in office buildings, hallways, government premises, or public buildings with two doors for entry or exit.

A Two-Lane Corridor enables people to move in either direction or just one direction. When used to move people in one direction, it is used to unblock traffic or reduce congestion. They are majorly in office buildings, hallways, government premises, or public buildings with two doors for entry.

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One Lane Corridor
Drawing of the minimal widths of a One Lane Corridor showing the standard size of a person with dimensions

One Lane Corridor enables people to move in a single direction. They are common in sensitive areas like immigration zones for fast movement of people through an entry or exit door. They have two doors in the interlocking system and will automatically open toward movement direction without discomfort to users.

One Lane Corridor enables people to move in a single direction. They are common in sensitive areas like immigration zones for fast movement of people through an entry or exit door.

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