9th June 2020

Together. Apart. The extraordinary challenges of the COVID-19 crisis have coincided with an unparalleled period of productivity at Space Syntax. Breakthroughs in urban modelling have led, for example, to innovations in land value forecasting and new… continue reading »

1st June 2020

As we come out of lockdown, towns and cities are rethinking the way people use them, prioritising walking and cycling over driving and, in some… continue reading »

25th May 2020

Working with the City of Melbourne, Space Syntax has created a modelling tool that measures the impact on land values of key urban design factors… continue reading »

15th May 2020

Abhimanyu Acharya taught a short course on space syntax as part of Wolverhampton MSc Building Information Modelling for Integrated Construction. The course combined presentations on space syntax theory and principles with workshops that… continue reading »

6th May 2020

Alan Penn has been named as an advisor on the UK Government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Alan is one of the… continue reading »

21st April 2020

The UK government’s £1bn Future High Streets Fund aims to transform and regenerate high Streets across England, making them fit for the future. It will help revitalise local… continue reading »

16th March 2020

Space Syntax is partnering in an EU-funded research project to develop sustainable mobility strategies for towns and cities of all sizes. The findings of the… continue reading »

9th March 2020

Tim Stonor has contributed a chapter to a new book, Cities of Opportunities: Connecting Culture and Innovation. Edited by Prof Jason Pomeroy and published by Routledge, Cities of Opportunities was launched earlier this year at the… continue reading »

13th February 2020

Tim Stonor and Eleri Jones attended this landmark event in February. Convened by UN-Habitat, the World Urban Forum has become the foremost international gathering for exchanging views and experiences on sustainable urbanisation. Tim spoke… continue reading »

10th February 2020

Anna Rose joined an interdisciplinary panel discussing the role that new theatre buildings can play in the public life of cities. She argued that well-designed theatres can address a number of urban objectives, supporting social cohesion by welcoming diverse audiences including ageing societies and young people from… continue reading »