10th March 2019

Space Syntax directors Tim Stonor and Anna Rose attend MIPIM, Cannes from 11-15th March, offering free design advice on: spatial layout design pedestrian movement &… continue reading »


7th September 2018

Space Syntax director Anna Rose is interviewed by Süddeutsche Zeitung. Among other issues, the article discusses the creeping privatisation of public space and the need… continue reading »


23rd August 2018

Space Syntax Managing Director Tim Stonor spoke in four sessions of the 4th China Smart Cities International Expo in Shenzhen, China from 21st-22nd August. As well… continue reading »


27th July 2018

The International Organization for Standardization has launched the first international standard for Smart Cities: ISO 37106. This standard is based on UK standards created by… continue reading »


22nd July 2018

Tim Stonor and Anna Rose presented at the Metropolitan Cities 2018 Conference in Aachen, Germany on 21st July. The Nordrhein Westphalia region is preparing a bid… continue reading »


18th May 2018

Space Syntax Managing Director Tim Stonor spoke in two sessions at the Astana Economic Forum Global Challenges Summit in Astana, Kazakhstan on 17-18th May.


15th March 2018

The first release of the Space Syntax OpenMapping project is a Great Britain wide, web-based dataset that includes pre-processed measures of spatial accessibility for cities/towns/villages. The… continue reading »


28th February 2018

Ed Parham chaired Brownfield Land Registers: The dawn of Smart Planning? on 21st February in London. Based on a cross-sector panel discussion, the Urban Land… continue reading »


28th February 2018

Anna Rose has been appointed to the Highways England Design Review Panel (HEDRP). Operated by the Design Council, the panel provides a significant opportunity for… continue reading »


23rd February 2018

Tim Stonor was a panel member for Data-driven Innovation for Healthy Cities on February 22nd, a Future Cities Catapult event that focused on how to make healthier cities… continue reading »