If a glass face of a shower door goes up adjacent to the ceiling (and the bathroom is not excluded from sprinkler protection based on size) then would the shower itself need sprinkler protection?
Based on the proximity of the shower's glass door to the ceiling it looks like it would be a floor mounted obstruction, per NFPA 13.
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