Definition of Hall
1 Meaning of HallIn buildings, called Hall (or corridor) spaces whose main function is the circulation, and they serve to communicate different rooms or rooms, or even different elements in a same room. By its nature, lobbies tend to have a dimension that is markedly more long, corresponding with the flow direction, and a shorter. When the ratio between length and width is not so marked, Hall passed to be called "hall", and can accommodate other specific uses, typically as a waiting area.
The hallways are common in homes, where give access from the lobby or lounge to the Interior rooms. With similar purposes, there are also halls in other buildings such as offices, hotels, schools, health centres, etc.
The corridors are in stores, warehouses and factories, where they have shelves on both sides. In warehouses and factories aisles may consist of storage pallets and in factories aisles may separate work areas. In the gym, exercise equipment are normally arranged in aisles.
In modern houses halls tend to have a width of 80 cm to 100 cm and its length depends on both the size of the House and the distribution of their rooms. Hall is usually an inner area so it is important that you have good lighting. Due to its small size it does not support much furniture, although it can accommodate tables or small chairs, dressers or shelves as well as various ornaments such as pictures, etc.
The Hall term applies also to runners narrow transport and other centers and institutions.
• Hall is called the corridor connecting the rows of seats in different means of transport: trains, planes, buses, etc. In this case, it is possible that to draw the ticket you can choose window or aisle.
• Also called Hall to the accesses that are found in sports stadiums or halls of theatre, cinema, conferences, etc. In the usual case of rooms theatre and similar is distinguished between central corridor, which runs through the Centre and has greater width, and aisles which are assistants that run over the sides.
• Also called Hall to traffic routes found in the interior of commercial establishments. The following types are distinguished:
or vacuum corridors. It is the Hall of greater width that connects the entrance of the shop with the background of the establishment. It serves to facilitate the access of buyers to the farthest from store products. It communicates the transverse corridors that connects the different sections of the supermarket. Only occur in medium or large size establishments. In small shops its function is exercised by the main corridors.
or main corridors. They are perpendicular corridors to the suction connecting different sections of the establishment.
or access corridors. They are the most narrow and short.They are perpendicular to the main 39s and lead the consumer to the point of purchase.
2. Definition of HallA Hall is an environment or an area of a building that is used as a connector to link different rooms. It is elongate and narrow, somewhere that is used in step (i.e., does not remain in it, they used to go to another place within the building in question).
For example: "are looking for the bathroom? Continues along this corridor and, at the end, turn right","We would have to install a stove in the hallway, so we were able to heat the two bedrooms,"" Ariel, collects toys Hall: does not want that the grandmother is tripped when you wake up ".
The Hall, which can receive the name of broker, contributes to proper circulation within the building. It can be decorated with paintings or plants although, in general, elements that hinder the passage are not included. When Hall is very large or has no shape, he considers it as a waiting room or a hall.
In a cinema, a theatre and a Sports Hall, Hall serves as the entrance to the enclosure. Attendees at a show must go the Hall to get to their seats: "welcome! Their seats are at the end of the Hall,"" excuse me, but cannot sit in the Hall ".
The means of public transport, such as a bus or a plane, also have Hall. In these cases, the aisles separate different rows containing seats: "I want to travel from the side of the Hall to lift me with comfort", "tries to pass through the corridor and position yourself near the door: our journey aboard this bus will be brief".