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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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Call for Posters: Historic Urban Landscape Forum 2017

Call for Posters: Historic Urban Landscape Forum 2017

23 November 2016

Historic Urban Landscape (HUL) Forum is a networking initiative by the Bartlett UCL, in co-ordination with the UNESCO AD-G Culture under whose aegis the HUL programme Recommendation sits, taking place on 21-22 March ...
Sarah Mokhtar wins UCL Turner prize for thesis

Sarah Mokhtar wins UCL Turner prize for thesis

02 November 2016

Architectural Computation student Sarah Mokhtar won the UCL Turner prize for her thesis "Material-Based Actuation of Façades: An Adaptive Performative Approach".
PhD success: Dr Frederik Weissenborn

PhD success: Dr Frederik Weissenborn

We are delighted to announce that another doctoral candidate from the Bartlett School of Architecture - Frederik Weissenborn - has passed his PhD examination.
PhD success: Cauê Capillé

PhD success: Cauê Capillé

We are delighted to announce that another doctoral candidate from the Bartlett School of Architecture - Cauê Capillé - has passed his PhD examination with examiners Professor Margarita Greene from Pontifical Catholic University of Chile ...

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Space Syntax Laboratory Research Seminar Series: Petros Koutsolampros

Space Syntax Laboratory Research Seminar Series: Petros Koutsolampros

13 December 2016

Research concerning office spaces has revealed that specific characteristics of space such as layout and configuration, as well as the culture and workflows of the organisations that occupy them have an influence on ...