The corridor can be much more than just a transit route. By designing activity-based furniture that can be moved when needed, an active environment is created which makes the morning walk more enjoyable and can serve as a spontaneous and inviting meeting place. Add furniture, section seating, easy chairs, sofas, chairs, task chairs and tables for people to lean against or sit on to rest for a while, but also offer something to look at or to do. Make use of the walls. A monitor on the wall allows relatives to connect their devices and show photos and films. A library with books and newspapers offers a space for sitting, browsing or borrowing and turns the corridor itself into a destination. However, consider accessibility and fire protection and let the measurements of the corridor dictate the furnishing.