Exterior view achieved through another interior space, particularly through transparent or partial height workstation and room partitions.
Regularly Occupied Space:
Any space that is occupied by one or more persons for more than one hour during days the building is in use. Note that this includes spaces which may be irregularly occupied but, when occupied, a typical occupant would spend more than one continual hour in the space. Excluded from calculation of continuously occupied spaces are:
- Spaces with uses that only require minimal lighting and in which the primary activity intended for the space would be harmed by daylight (this exclusion does not apply to spaces with ultraviolet light concerns) – note that this only applies to the calculation of regularly occupied spaces with respect to the daylighting requirements.
- Spaces that do not meet the minimum occupancy outlined above during daylight hours) – note that this only applies to the calculation of regularly occupied spaces for the daylighting criteria with respect to the daylighting requirements.
- Spaces where no individual occupant spends at least one continual hour during days the building is in use.
Vision glazing refers to glazing which permits an unobstructed view to the exterior. Typical vision glazing does not have perceptible tint or other modification that would impede these views and is installed between 2.5 ft. and 7.5 ft. above the floor height.