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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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Bartlett students shortlisted for DARC awards 2016 and nominated for German Design award 2017

Bartlett students shortlisted for DARC awards 2016 and nominated for German Design award 2017

22 August 2016

The Interactive media installation ‘Sentiment Cocoon’ by Bartlett PhD candidate Moritz Behrens and MSc Adaptive Architecture and Computation (AAC) student Konstantinos Mavromichalis is shortlisted for the Best Light Art Scheme – Low Budget Category ...
Bartlett researchers launch ‘Learning from Jerusalem’ spatial analysis film

Bartlett researchers launch ‘Learning from Jerusalem’ spatial analysis film

25 July 2016

To mark the mid-point of the two-year Contested Urbanism project, researchers at The Bartlett's Space Syntax Laboratory have launched a film 'Learning from Jerusalem' and have guest edited a special feature on ...
Dr Kerstin Sailer promoted to Reader in Social and Spatial Networks

Dr Kerstin Sailer promoted to Reader in Social and Spatial Networks

Congratulations to Dr Kerstin Sailer at UCL's Space Syntax Laboratory on her promotion in UCL's 2016 annual promotions round.

Kerstin's research interests are interdisciplinary at heart and combine the sociology ...
Bartlett wins Grand challenges small grant 2016-17 on Justice and Equality

Bartlett wins Grand challenges small grant 2016-17 on Justice and Equality


Dr Evangelia Chrysikou from Space Syntax Lab Bartlett with Dr Naaheed Mukadam from the Division of Psychiatry and Sarah Pickering from the Slade School of Art, won the UCL Grand Challenges Small Grant ...

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