Academic development

The Space Syntax Laboratory at University College London is the internationally-renowned home of academic research, software development and teaching in the field of space syntax.

The Bartlett’s MSc Advanced Architectural Studies programme is the original space syntax course. First set up by Bill Hillier in 1974 it has been teaching space syntax theory and methodology ever since.

To celebrate its 40th year, a celebration of the course will take place in London in early September 2013.

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Space syntax is taught in many other universities worldwide. We are compiling a list of these courses. Please provide brief course descriptions and URL connections using the Comments box below.

2 Responses to Academic development

  1. Björn Ekelund says:

    I´m using Depthmap in my course Computer based urban design at Luleå university of technology. Will this software become free in the future?

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