POSTERS 1-12: to be viewed on Tuesday 17 June (13.00-14.30)


Wafa Al-Ghatam

The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, UCL, UK

Past and present spatiality of Manama and Muharraq historical centres in Bahrain Kingdom


Waleed Al-Sayyed

The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, UCL, UK

Domestic space cultures in the Arab world


Dr. Abdulgader O. Amir

King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia

The spatial dimension of shopping behaviour in the inner shopping area of the city of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia


Sónia R. André, Dr. Eduardo Côrte-Real, Catarina Lisboa, André S. Ribeiro, Carlos Rosa, Vitor Simoes


Interdisciplinary analysis of sign systems and guidance systems in hospitals (With short paper)


Fabiana Moreira Pedrosa Pereira de Carvalho

Faculdade de Cięncias Humanas - ESUDA, Brazil

Home, what is it for?: a syntactic analysis of the configuration of middle class apartments currently available on the property market in Recife, Brazil (With short paper)


Dr. David L. Chatford Clark

University of Surrey Roehampton, UK

A putative church at Aqaba: a Space Syntax analysis


Graciete Guerra da Costa

Universidade de Brasilia - Brazil

The morphology of Manaus downtown (With short paper)


Dr. Constantine G. Deliyiannidis

Architect, UK

Space as a stage set in the negotiation of truth: the urban models of residential space in Greece in the 1950s and 1960s as projected by the Greek cinema (With short paper)


Bernd Eisenberg

University of Stuttgart, Germany

Integration of parks in the urban environment


Pablo Fuentes and Dr. Margarita Greene

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile

The survival of downtown: recreational activities with no consumption


Galal Hassan Galal-Edeen

London Metropolitan University, UK

Fatimid Cairo: the transformation of an urban logic


Dr. Dafna Fisher-Gewirtzman

Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

Using the spatial openness metric for comparative evaluation of urban environments

POSTERS 13-24: to be viewed on Wednesday 18 June (13.00-14.30)


Associate Professor Bo Grönlund

The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Denmark

The informational city and the street as urban form: four new urban districts and their relation to urbanity


Baoshan Han

Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Reweaving the fabric: the study of the socio-spatial relationships in the inner city residential areas of Beijing, People’s Republic of China (With short paper)


Dr. Frederico Rosa Borges De Holanda

Universidade de Brasilia, Brazil

Atrium-house: an exercise in self-analysis (With short paper)


Anssi Joutsiniemi

Tampere University of Technology, Finland

Comparison of logical binary step based and metric properties in flow network: the case of Helsinki (With short paper)


Professor Ayse Sema Kubat, Dr. Engin Eyuboglu and Dr. Ozhan Ertekin

Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

An urban redevelopment proposal for Istanbul's Galata district


Tsuyoshi Kigawa

Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan

The Japanese partiality towards boundaries (With short paper)


Sharifah Mahdzar

The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, UCL, UK

Sociability vs. accessibility: static pattern of uses as new urban design dimension in measuring the liveliness of street spaces in urban spaces


Deborah Middleton

Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Informational affordance : a spatial model of generative environment


Rodrigo Mora

Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Chile

Land uses in the context of a perfect grid: the case of Barcelona (With short paper)


Gisele Pereira Guedes de Moura & Dr. Edja Bezerra Faria Trigueiro - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil; and Valério Augusto Soares de Medeiros - Universidade de Brasilia, Brazil

New routes: re-structuring the street grid of Cidade Satélite estate in Natal, Brazil, to account for users requirements imprinted by means of informal interventions


Adriana Nogueira

The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, UCL, UK

Universidade Federal da Bahia- Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo, Brazil

The spatial morphology of a fragmented city: the urban growth of Aracaju, Brazil. (With short paper)


Dr. Khaisri Paksukcharern

University College London, UK

Node and place: The spatial embedding strategy in railway terminus area redevelopment

POSTERS 25-36: to be viewed on Thursday 19 June (12.20-13.50)


Dalit Shach-Pinsly (Architect), Dr. Dafna Fisher- Gewirtzman, and Professor Michael Burt

Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

Introducing a quantitative method for visual analysis of urban coastal environments with feedback based on the space syntax method


Dr. Philippos Pouyioutas and Nadia Charalambous

Intercollege, Cyprus

A spatio-temporal interpretation of domesticity – formal specifications for TIMESPACE software


Dr. Philippos Pouyioutas and Nadia Charalambous

Intercollege, Cyprus

Spatial forms of ancient Cypriot society – 3D animated multimedia application for identifying new historical information


Mirko Salfate and Dr. Margarita Greene

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile

Erotic commerce downtown


Dr. Margaret Gilchrist Serrato

Lord, Aeck & Sargent, Architects, USA

Looking at patterns: an architecture firm examines circulation and interaction in their recent laboratory building designs


Ava  Fatah gen. Schieck

The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, UCL, UK

Space-time configuration for visualisation in information space (With short paper)


Professor Jesper Steen, Magnus Blombergsson, and Johanna Wiklander

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Useful buildings for office activities (With short paper)


Assistant Professor C. Asli Sungur - Yildiz Technical University, Turkey; and Professor Dr. Gülen Çagdas

- Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Effects of housing morphology on user satisfaction (With short paper)


Dr. Aysegul Tokol

Bilkent University, Turkey

Syntax of world heritage cities: is it a coincidence?


Cláudio Mainieri de Ugalde

Architect, Fundacao Estadual de Planejamento Metropolitano e Regional - METROPLAN, Brazil

Land subdivision in Brazilian metropolitan context: the case of the greater Porto Alegre (With short paper)


Dr. Severino Escolano Utrilla

Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain


The information contents of the syntactic models (With short paper)


Sania Zaki

The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, UCL, UK

Comparing the effects of socio-economic and spatial factors on crime patterns at the macro level of a London borough