Corridor - Two Lane

Corridor - Two Lane

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

A two-lane corridor is a wider passage allowing bidirectional movement, improving efficiency and fluidity in crowded environments. It can accommodate simultaneous, opposite flows, reducing wait times and enhancing communication. Often used in schools, hospitals, and large offices, it ensures swift, orderly movement. Metaphorically, it symbolizes opportunities for dialogue, compromise, and understanding between different viewpoints. The two-lane concept fosters resilience and flexibility, catering to diverse needs and facilitating cooperative coexistence.

Dimensions & Sizes
Dimensions & Sizes

Two Lane Corridors have a typical minimum width of 68” (173 cm).

3D Model
3D Model
Common Questions
Common Questions
Corridor - Two Lane
Details
Details

*Under Development*

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68” | 173 cm
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Human Width: 24” | 60 cm

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Corridor - Two Lane side section

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Corridor and hallway layouts are essential elements in building design, serving as pathways connecting different rooms or areas. Corridors, typically found in commercial or institutional buildings like offices, hotels, or schools, are wider passageways designed to handle larger volumes traffic.

68” | 173 cm
Corridor - Two Lane
173.000
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Corridor - Two Lane
30”-36” | 76-92 cm
Corridor - One Lane
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Corridor - One Lane