CORRIDOR “The corridor has been lost to safety codes and the open plan of the 20th century. The corridor is “meant to be used only in a state of panic for exiting a building... banished from Architecture as a scenographic and social tool, corridors are still everywhere in buildings, just behind the scenes.” ADDED ATTRIBUTES If corridors are to remain the artery for directing people in a state of panic, could motion sensors help to direct occupants to the nearest exit? Could corridors embedded with position or pressure sensors monitor occupant wayfinding through a space ensuring that exit points are used most efficiently?

CORRIDOR “The corridor has been lost to safety codes and the open plan of the 20th century. The corridor is “meant to be used only in a state of panic for exiting a building… banished from Architecture as a scenographic and social tool, corridors are still everywhere in buildings, just behind the scenes.” ADDED ATTRIBUTES If corridors are to remain the artery for directing people in a state of panic, could motion sensors help to direct occupants to the nearest exit? Could corridors embedded with position or pressure sensors monitor occupant wayfinding through a space ensuring that exit points are used most efficiently?