25th October 2017

Bloomberg unveiled its new European headquarters on Tuesday, 24th October, at an event hosted by its founder Michael R. Bloomberg in the company of Sadiq Khan,… continue reading »


20th October 2017

Space Syntax associate Eleri Jones spoke at the Festival of the Future City in Bristol on 19th October, in a session examining Cities, Research, Urban Futures and the Political Response…. continue reading »


18th October 2017

Space Syntax associate director Eime Tobari spoke at the Healthy City Design Conference on 17th October. Eime opened the Work and Mobility: The Future of Active and Sustainable Travel session and discussed… continue reading »


27th September 2017

In August Space Syntax director Ed Parham was a guest lecturer as part of the Architectural Association’s visiting school in Lima, Peru. The school was run… continue reading »


26th September 2017

Space Syntax Limited and the Bartlett Enterprise Development Fund are supporting a project to investigate the impact of space syntax research on urban policy making…. continue reading »


23rd September 2017

We are delighted to announce the latest release of the open source ‘Space Syntax Toolkit’ during the 11th International Space Syntax Symposium in Lisbon. The project is… continue reading »


12th September 2017

We are delighted to announce that Eduardo Rico has joined Space Syntax. Eduardo will be working as a Consultant and at the same time, will pursue… continue reading »


6th September 2017

Space Syntax has been shortlisted in an international competition to create a concept masterplan for the city of Astana, Kazakhstan. We are developing a vision… continue reading »


1st September 2017

Jilin is a fast growing industrial city in Northeast China with a current population of six and a half million. As part of the city’s… continue reading »


26th August 2017

Space Syntax director Anna Rose was invited by the World Health Organisation (WHO), to contribute to the development of a global action plan to promote… continue reading »