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Planning your office renovation project or completely design a new building?

Our ultimate guide to people flow includes useful information about the aspects of office environments that impact how people move around in the building. The handbook discusses the user experience and other elements that help make an office building a smart building.

Elements of good people flow

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4 main characteristics that shape people flow in office buildings

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1. THE IMPACT OF OFFICE HOURS AND NUMBER OF TENANTS:

  • Three peaks: morning, lunchtime, afternoon
  • Single tenant offices tend to have higher traffic between floors rather than multi-tenant
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2. ENTRANCES AND SURROUNDINGS:

  • Choice of vertical transportation means depends on which entrance people use
  • Optimizing the total journey time between entrance point and destination
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3. DIFFERENT USER NEEDS AND ROUTES:

  • Office workers use the building frequently and optimize their movement
  • Visitors need clear guidance
  • Goods flow should not disturb visitors and regular users
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4. SAFETY, SECURITY AND EMERGENCIES:

  • Access controlled and public areas with clear physical access solutions and access rights
  • Building evacuation plans and emergency routes