The 11th International Space Syntax Symposium (SSS11) was held from the 3rd to the 7th July 2017 at the University of Lisbon.
The Symposium was an opportunity to learn about developments in space syntax theory and to share ideas and approaches with researchers and practitioners from around the world.
Space Syntax director, Dr Kayvan Karimi, gave the opening keynote, “The joys and perils of evidence-informed design: space syntax in professional practice”. He highlighted practical case study examples to showcase the benefits of using the space syntax approach as well as ways to overcome the challenges which practitioners typically face when using space syntax in a professional context.
Other Space Syntax staff members attended and presented papers.
National scale modelling to test UK population growth and infrastructure scenarios
The Economic Value of Spatial Network Accessibility for UK Cities
City Planning Using Integrated Urban Modelling
The everyday and the post-disaster urban systems as one thing
Road centre line simplification principles for angular segment analysis
Using an Analytical Process to Contextualise Architectural Prototypes for Metro Stations
Building an Integrated Urban Model Platform
We are also delighted to announce the latest release of the open source ‘Space Syntax Toolkit’. Read more about it here.