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‘space’ is an abstract term which tends to refer to a location which has not had a specific human value or purpose.
This is as opposed to a ‘place’ which has an identifiable character, or a ‘location’ which has geometrical certainty.
A public space is an area that tends to be open and accessible to all people.
Space can also refer to a specific area or volume within a building, such as; useable and un-useable space, storage space, teaching space.
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The separation of activities into zones.
Your own personal Bubble
Your own personal box
Energy targets and sustainability requirements.
Environmental requirements, such as noise, lighting, ventilation, temperature, and so on.
Security, safety and privacy.