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The Space Syntax Laboratory is the originator of the architectural research discipline of space syntax. Space syntax research has led to a fundamental understanding of the relationship between spatial design and the use of space as well as longer term social outcomes.

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SimAUD: Simulation in Architecture and Urban Design

SimAUD: Simulation in Architecture and Urban Design

23 May 2016

After three days of discussions on Building Simulation, Urban Data, Networks and Analysis, an engaging panel discussion chaired by Robert Aish on the role of simulation in architectural education and a thought provoking ...
Bartlett wins AHRC International Research Network Grant with Plymouth University

Bartlett wins AHRC International Research Network Grant with Plymouth University

17 May 2016

Working as part of a network consortium, The Bartlett School of Architecture’s Ava Fatah (Associate Professor in Media Architecture and Urban Digital Interaction) with Plymouth University’s Dr Katharine Willis, and international ...
Dr Kerstin Sailer explains principles and challenges of Evidence-Based Design for Workplaces

Dr Kerstin Sailer explains principles and challenges of Evidence-Based Design for Workplaces

Dr Kerstin Sailer, Lecturer in Complex Buildings at the Space Syntax Laboratory at The Bartlett School of Architecture, was featured in a recent article in April 2016 on Evidence-Based Design in Building magazine ...
Space Syntax Lab PhD candidate awarded Yale scholarship

Space Syntax Lab PhD candidate awarded Yale scholarship

Space Syntax Lab PhD candidate Rosica Pachilova was awarded a scholarship from the Yale UCL Collaborative Student Exchange Programme.

Rosica will visit Yale from September to December 2015 to work with Prof Marissa ...

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Science Fiction Meets Architecture: London in 2080

Science Fiction Meets Architecture: London in 2080

25 May 2016

The Bartlett School of Architecture in conjunction with the Arthur C Clarke Center for Human Imagination at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) are jointly hosting a two part transatlantic lecture set. 
Space Syntax Laboratory Research Seminar Series: Martin Traunmueller

Space Syntax Laboratory Research Seminar Series: Martin Traunmueller

06 June 2016

Well established work in criminological, architectural and urban studies suggests that there is a strong correlation between crime, the perceived safety – the fear of crime – and the presence of different people demographics – the ...
Space Syntax Laboratory Research Seminar Series: Angie Vanhoozer

Space Syntax Laboratory Research Seminar Series: Angie Vanhoozer

20 June 2016

The idea that buildings should be durable, provide utility for the people using them, and have the ability to engender delight and raise the spirits, was recorded by the Roman Architect Vitruvius in ...