The project is an A/E office with very open floor plans, and the question is about defining 'regularly occupied space'. Much of the floor area is open space used for traffic flow to/from employee's desks (workstations). There are also bookshelves for reference materials in some of these spaces. Essentially, these questionable spaces are "corridors", but they are not enclosed by walls, so I am not sure whether or not they count as 'regularly occupied spaces'.
These 'open corridors' are 6' - 8' wide and up to 50' long. Some of them do not have views due to the positioning of workstation shelving units, but almost all of the workstations are awash in views. Should I count these 'open corridors' as "regularly occupied spaces"?