I'm not into revolving doors
Revolving doors are not a convenience. They are a nuisance. I understand that they help with indoor climate control, but seriously, they are just annoying and I prefer not to use them. Frequently, I encounter revolving doors with rugs underneath (presumably to allow one to wipe their feet while entering a building) which makes the problem even worse, as the added friction, combined with the usual poor weighting of these doors, makes it an oddly herculean effort to open a door. Ridiculous.
The purpose of a door is to provide a portal between two zones. In the case of rotating doors, those zones are almost always "indoors" and "outdoors." You never see a revolving door between two inside zones because it would take up too much space and be unreasonably difficult.
This is a good indication that revolving doors shouldn't exist elsewhere either. The space issue is usually ignorable when these doors are installed in large buildings with correspondingly large lobbies, but it's an issue nonetheless. The difficulty issue, however, cannot be ignored. These doors are harder to open, they take longer to accomplish the goal of moving between zones, and they are not worth the trouble. If a building has a large enough lobby for these doors, they have a large enough lobby that a second or so of an open door will not drastically change the temperature inside.
Whenever possible, I try to find an alternative. For example, at work, I avoid the myriad revolving doors and opt, every time, to instead use the regular doors, ignoring as I do so the message emblazoned upon the normal everyday doors: "Please use revolving door."