8th February 2018

EPUM is an international research project, funded by Erasmus+, which aims at the integration of different urban form research and teaching approaches through pedagogic innovation… continue reading »

29th January 2018

Stephen Law completed his doctoral degree requirements at the end of 2017 and has subsequently been awarded a PhD degree from University College London. He… continue reading »

15th January 2018

“The vast majority of ocean pollution comes from land not sea; from cities not ships – and especially from car tyres. This is why cities,… continue reading »

11th January 2018

Space Syntax and Future Cities Catapult will host Citi Data Hack, Tombolo’s first hackathon at the Urban Innovation Centre in London from 16th–18th March 2018. We’re… continue reading »

11th January 2018

Space Syntax has been working with Atkins to develop a masterplan for the new city of Duqm, Oman. A future city with commercial, cultural and… continue reading »

19th December 2017

‘At the heart of the Space Syntax approach is a desire to understand, and then design for, people. If we look beyond the clever computation,… continue reading »

25th November 2017

Space Syntax Director Anna Rose chaired the Closing Plenary at Engagement 2017‘s ‘Engaging the Silent Majority? What More Needs to be Done?’ on 16th November. This… continue reading »

23rd November 2017

Tim Stonor spoke at the ‘Designing out Terrorism’ Conference for UK Security Expo on the 30th November. Tim talked about predicting typical human behaviour patterns in crowded places, addressing the threat… continue reading »

21st November 2017

On Thursday, 30th November at 18:30 we will be hosting an informal reception at our Central London studio. We will be showcasing some of the projects we’ve been… continue reading »

19th November 2017

Tim Stonor was a panel member on ‘Cities of a Future World’ for the Innovate 2017 conference on 9th November. The discussion focused on the sustainability of urbanisation and the… continue reading »