Tuesday June 9

Paper Session: Tuesday 9th of June; Paralell Session 1; 11.30-12.30
Building Morphology and Emergent Performativity 1 New Modes of Modelling and Methodological Development 1 Urban Territoriality and Private and Public Spaces 1 Urban Structures and Spatial Distributions 1

004: Knowledge Sharing in Research Buildings and about their Design

Rianne Appel-Meulenbroek

023 : Solutions for Visibility and Accessibility and Signage Problems via Layered Graphs

Sheep Dalton; Ruth Dalton

032: Evaluating the Campus-Downtown Relationship The Spatial Configuration of Four College Towns in Small Metropolitan Regions in the United States

Adhya, Anirban

127: The Spatial Signature of Suburban ’Active’ Centres

Laura Vaughan; Kate (Catherine) Jones; Sam Griffiths; Mordechai (Muki) Haklay

095: Spatiality and Transpatiality in Workplace Environments

Kerstin Sailer; Alan Penn

050: Spatial Structure Analysis in
Accordance with the Mode of Interconnection between Surface and Underground Pedestrian Networks Dongdaemun Stadium Neighborhood

Hye Sun Jung; Young Ook Kim; Hoon Tae Park

114: The Heart and the Dragon Investigating effects of two projects on the old town centre of Fortalezaa

Edja Trigueiro; Fernanda Paula

038: A Syntactic Analysis of Recent Changes in CBD of Balikesir, Turkey

Yasemin Ince Guney; Ayse Sema Kubat; Ozlem Ozer; Hatice Ucar

107: Spatial and Social Configurations in Offices

Jesper Steen

062: Exploring Mutli-Layered Hyper Dense Urban Environments through Spatial Analysis

Stephen Law; Yunfei Zhao

118: An Analysis of Pedestrian Movement in Multilevel Complex by Space Syntax Theory In the Case of Shibuya Station

Jumpei Ueno; Aya Nakazawa; Tatsuya Kishimoto

126: Space Configuration and Movement Pattern of Chinese Traditional Settlement A case study of Wangkou Wuyuan County

Haofeng Wang

Paper Session: Tuesday 9th of June; Paralell Session 2; 16.00-17.15

Spatial Analysis and Architectural Theory 1

Spatial Morphology and Urban Growth 1

Urban Territoriality and Private and Public Spaces 2

Architectural Research and Architectural Design 1

010: Building Skin as a Connector – Not a Representation

Dana Bixby

014: The economic ‘health’ of market towns A configurational approach to accessibility

Julienne Hanson

006: Visibility and Spatial Use in Urban Plazas A Case Study from Biskra, Algeria

Yassine Bada; Yasemin Ince Guney

011: What Constitutes a Main Staircase? Evidence from Wayfinding Behaviour, Architectural Expertise and Space Syntax Methods

Martin Brösamle; Magda Mavridou; Christoph Hölscher

043: Of Glass and Concrete Internal versus External Space Relations in Oscar Niemeyer’s Architecture

Frederico Holanda

022: International Conurbations along Brazil-Uruguay Border How Ambiguity Drives Spatial Patterns and Social Exchange

Andrea da Costa Braga; Andrea da Costa Braga; Décio Rigatti

013: A Square or a Bridge? The Eleftheria Square Case

Nadia Charalambous; Christos Hadjichristos

028: Architects are Talking about Space

Pelin Dursun

058: Architecture re-configured

Daniel Koch

039: Spectral Comparison of Large Urban Graphs

Sean Hanna

056: Difference of Place Vitality in Two Central Plazas A Comparison of the Diag on the Central Campus and the Lurie Bell Tower Plaza on the North Campus of the University of Michigan

Youngchul Kim

071: Discourse versus design A comparative analysis of expected spatial performance as stated in briefs and laid out in plans

Edja Trigueiro; Fernanda de Paula; Carlos Onofre

089: The Ghost of Conceived Space What Kind of Work Does or Should Space Syntax Perform for Architecture

Sophia Psarra

093: Measuring Conurbation

Decio Rigatti

076: Two Stages and just one Open-air Market
A Morphological Study on the Open-air Market of Caruaru (Brazil) in the Space of the Town in 1992 and in 2007

Gustavo Miranda

082: Developing Spatial Configuration Abilities Coupled with the Space Syntax Theory for First Year Architectural Studies

Francisco Olmos Reveron

Wednesday June 10

Paper Session: Wednesday 10th of June; Paralell Session 1; 8.50-9.50

Urban Territoriality and Private and Public Spaces 3

Spatial Configuration and Social Structures 1

New Modes of Modelling and Methodological Development 2

New Modes of Modelling and Methodological Development 3

045: The Efficient Use of Private on Open Space through a Correlation Analysis between Space Type and Street -Focu­sing on Local St. at Yoido Capital St.

Hee Hyoun Hwang; Young Ook Kim; Heang Woo Shin

005: Spatial Order and Security Case Study of Two Housing Estates

Anna Awtuch

024: Extracting Cognitively Relevant Measures from Environmental Models

Drew Dara-Abrams

036: The Differentiating Behaviour of Shoppers Clustering of Individual Movement Traces in a Supermarket

Jorge Gil; Eime Tobari; Maia Lemlij; Anna Rose; Alan Penn

047: Tower Place Drive A Private Road

Peng Jiang; John Peponis

017: Spatial Economics of Crime Spatial Design Factors and the Total Social Cost of Crime Against Individuals and Property in London

Alain Chiaradia; Bill Hillier; Christian Schwander

031: Influences of Spatial Configuration Learning on Spatial Behavior –focused on the shortest distance and visibility

Ahyun Kim; Young Ook Kim

105: Decision System in the Movement of Pedestrians

André Souza Silva

091: Revisiting Public-private Gradients in Neighborhoods Towards a ’Space of Action’

Stephen Read

102: Spatial Configuration of Residential Area and Vulnerability of Burglary Case Studies from UK and Taiwan

Chih-Feng Shu

040: Can Mobility Flow Analysis Improve Informal Learning Processes in Tradi­tional Educational establishments?

Teresa Heitor; Ana Tomé

124: Network Typology, Junction Typology and Spatial Configuration and Their Impacts on Street Vitality in Singapore

Akkelies van Nes; Shi ZhaoHui

Paper Session: Wednesday 10th of June; Paralell Session 2; 11.30-12.30

Building Morphology and Emergent Performativity 2

Spatial Morphology and Urban Growth 2

Urban Structures and Spatial Distributions 2

New Modes of Modelling and Methodological Development 4

041: A Modeling Approach for Estimating the Impact of Spatial Configuration on Nurses’ Movement

Yeonsook Heo; Ruchi Choudhary; Sonit Bafna; Ann Hendrich; Marylyn P. Chow

052: Spatial Logic of Morphological Transformation A Paradigm of Planned – Unplanned Areas in Dhaka City

Nayma Khan; Farida Nilufar

015: Residential Property Value Patterns in London  Space Syntax spatial Analysis

Alain Chiaradia; Bill Hillier; Yolandes Barnes; Christian Schwander

086: Boundary Effects on the Intelligibility and Predictability of Spatial Systems

Hoon-Tae Park

068: Targeted Visibility Analysis in Buildings Correlating Targeted Visibility Analysis with Distribution of People and Their Interactions within an Intensive Care Unit

Yi Lu; John Peponis; Craig Zimring

053: Using Space Syntax to trace the Japanese urban renovation from JYOKAMACHI to modern cities What formed the city, the Centre or the Boundary?

Tsuyoshi Kigawa; Kyung Wook Seo

026: The Analysis of Urban Features That Affect Land Values In Residential Areas

Topcu, Mehmet; Kubat, Ayse Sema

119: Intelligibility in Large Spatial Systems The Case of Porto Alegre Metropolitan Region

Claudio Ugalde; D Rigatti; Fabio Zampieri; Andrea Braga

132: Interface of Indoor and Outdoor Spaces in Buildings A Syntactic Comparison of Architectural Schools in Istanbul

Alper Ünlü; Erincik Edgü; Fitnat Cimsit ; Mehmet Emin Salgamcioglu; Ervin Garip; Ashkan Mansouri

074: The Myth of the Intention The Portuguese Urban Heritage Overseas

Valério Medeiros; Frederico de Holanda; Ana Paula Barros

063: The Effect of Spatial Configuration and Land Use Pattern on Land Price Formation

In Hea Lee; Young Ook Kim

121: Analysing Larger Metropolitan Areas On Identification Criteria for Middle Scale Networks

Akkelies van Nes

Paper Session: Wednesday 10th of June; Paralell Session 3; 16.00-17.15

Building Morphology and Emergent Performativity 3

Spatial Morphology and Urban Growth 3

Spatial Configuration and Social Structures 2

Architectural Research and Architectural Design 2

057: Architectural Fashion Magazines

Daniel Koch

002: The Village and the City A Diagnostic Study of the Spatial Embedding Patterns in Villages Absorbed by Cities in Bahrain

Wafa AL-Ghatam

034: Anti-social Behaviour and Urban Configuration Using Space Syntax to Understand Spatial Patterns of Socio-environmental Disorder

Eva Friedrich; Bill Hillier; Alain Chiaradia

021: Accessibility and Exclusion The Configurational Approach to the Inclusive Design of Urban Spaces

Valerio Cutini

094: Experiencing Museum Gallery Layouts through Local and Global Visibility Properties in Morphology An inquiry on the YCBA, the MoMA and the HMA

Ipek Kaynar Rohloff; Sophia Psarra; Jean Wineman.

037: Persistence and Change in the Spatio-Temporal Description of Sheffield Parish c.1750-1905

Sam Griffiths

065: From housing segregation to integration in public space

Ann Legeby

090: Social and Technical Challenges to the Use of Space Syntax Methodologies as a Planning Support System (PSS) in American Urban Design

Noah Raford

117: The Art Museum as a City or a Machine for Showing Art?

Kali Tzortzi

077: The Urban Grid and its Consequences Assiut An Egyptian Case-Study

Ahmed Mohamed Refaat Mohamed; Frank Edward Brown

066: Young People’s Gatherings in the Urban Public Realm Enhancement of or distraction from its liveability or distraction from its liveability

Reem Zako

096: Comparative Studies of Offices Pre and Post How Changing Spatial Configurations Affect Organisational Behaviours

Kerstin Sailer; Andrew Budgen; Nathan Lonsdale; Alasdair Turner; Alan Penn

134: Architecture as Curatorial Device Space, Views and Narrative in the Galleries of the High Museum of Art

Pegah Zamani

087: Atlanta: A Morphological History

Stephanie Dawn Haynie; John Peponis

123: Spatial Behaviour in Dutch Dwelling Areas How Housing Layouts Affects the Behaviour of its Users

Akkelies van Nes; Lisette Rueb

128: Transformation of Space Behaviour Relation A Case Study of Shopping Centers in Istanbul

Ahmet Verdil

Thursday June 11

Paper Session: Thursday 11th of June; Paralell Session 1; 8.50-9.50

Building Morphology and Emergent Performativity 4

Spatial Configuration and Social Structures 3

New Modes of Modelling and Methodological Development 5

New Modes of Modelling and Methodological Development 6

033: Indiscipline Which Transforms Architecture Appropriations of Domestic Space in the Federal District

Franciney França; Frederico Holanda

012: Poverty and Connectivity Crossing the Tracks

Ann Carpenter; John Peponis

003: Urban Texture and Space Configuration Analysing Recife’s Urban Fragments

Amorim, Luiz; Filho Barros, Normando Mauro; Débora Cruz

111: Metric Mean Distance Reconsidered

Gunnar Tausch

069: The Advantage of Generality Dwellings’ Potential for Housing Different Ways of Living

Bendik Manum

064: Accessibility and Urban Life Aspects on Social Segregation

Ann Legeby

018: A Medieval Conurbation? Using Space Syntax in the Study of the Medieval Urban Network as Exemplified by the Bailiwick of ’s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands

Marlous Craane

116: Stitching Together the Fabric of Space and Society An Investigation into the Linkage of the Local to Regional Continuum

Alasdair Turner

130: Syntax of Change in the Mid-twentieth Century American House

Alice Vialard; Sonit Bafna

080: Spatial Profiles of Urban Crimes The Role of Morphology in a Context of Social Inequality

Circe Monteiro; Carolina Puttini Iannicelli

106: Analyzing the Invisible Syntactic Interpretation of Archaeolo­gical Remains through Geophysical Prospection

Giles Spence-Morrow

133: Alternative Geometry for Space Syntax

Chaeshin Yoon

Paper Session: Thursday 11th of June; Paralell Session 2; 11.30-12.30

Spatial Analysis and Architectural Theory 2

Spatial Morphology and Urban Growth 4

New Modes of Modelling and Methodological Development 7

New Modes of Modelling and Methodological Development 8

007: The Analysis of Visual Functioning in Buildings

Sonit Bafna; Carina Antunez; Myung Seok Hyun; Hyun Kyung Lee; Yi Lu

001: Cities as Emergent Models The Morphological Logic of Manhattan and Barcelona

Kinda Al Sayed; Alasdair Turner; Sean Hanna

020: A Model of Weak Heritage The Development of 3D VGA Tools

Rodrigo Culagovski; Margarita Greene; Rodrigo Mora

048: A multi-disciplinary perspective on the built environment Space Syntax and Cartography – the communication challenge

Catherine Jones; Sam Griffiths; Haklay Mordechai; Laura Vaughan

046: Formulating an Idea – A Path for Design

Pangiotis Ilias; Zoe Georgiadou

078: Re-reading Historical Cairo Spatial Configuration Transformation

Nabil Mohareb

054: Angular VGA and Cellular VGA An exploratory study for spatial ana­lysis methodology based on human movement behavior

Minseok Kim; Jaepil Choi

088: Combining Different Methodological Approaches to Analyze the Oporto Metropolitan Area

Paulo Pinho; Vitor Oliveira

067: From Syntax to Plot The spatial language of a Chinese garden

Shaoming Lu

101: Evolution of Street Networks in Adriatic and Ionian Coastal Cities 1769-2007

Ermal Shpuza

070: AGRAPH Complementary Software for Axial-Line Analysis

Bendik Manum

131: Contributions of Accessibility and Visibility Characteristics to Neighbor­hood Typologies and their Predictions of Physical Activity and Health

Jean D. Wineman; Robert W. Marans; Amy J. Schulz; Diaan L. van der Westhui­zen; Sonya Grant-Pierson; Paul Max

109: Compact Sprawl Experiments four strategic densification scenarios for two modernist suburbs in Stockholm

Alexander Ståhle; Lars Marcus

Paper Session: Thursday 11th of June; Paralell Session 3; 14.00-15.15

Spatial Analysis and Architectural Theory 3

Spatial Morphology and Urban Growth 5

Urban Structures and Spatial Distributions 3

Architectural Research and Architectural Design 3

042: What do We Need to Add to a Social Network to Get a Society? Answer: Something Like What You Have to Add to a Spatial Network to Get a City

Bill Hillier

008: Transport Mobility at the University of Brasilia, Brazil

Ana Paula Barros; Paulo Cesar Silva; Frederico Holanda; Valério Medeiros; José Augusto Fortes

019: The Medieval Urban ’Movement Economy’ Using Space Syntax in the Study of Medieval Towns as Exemplified by the Town of ’s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands

Marlous Craane

055: Changes in Korean Apartment Unit Plans from the 1990s to the 2000s An analysis of spatial configuration and socio-cultural implication of apartment units in Korea

Youngchul Kim; Fernando Lara

073: Handling Architectural Complexity by Combining Genetic and Syntactic Approaches The Case of Traditional Settlements in North Africa

Said Mazouz; Nawel Benhsain

084: The Effects of Street Configuration on Transit Ridership

Ayse Ozbil; John Peponis; Sonit Bafna

027: Benign or Exploitative and Space The Changing Pattern of Shopping Development in a Rapidly Developing City Dhaka

Nasreen Hossain

072: The impact of Different Building Height Configurations on Navigation and Wayfinding

Magda Mavridou; Christoph Hoelscher; Christopher Kalff

092: Acting Across Scales Describing Urban Surfaces as  Technical ’Fields of Action’

Stephen Read

098: The Effects of Street Connectivity upon the Distribution of Local Vehicular Traffic in Metropolitan Atlanta

Martin Scoppa; Steven French; John Peponis

120: Measuring the Degree of Street Vitality in Excavated Towns How can Macro and Micro Spatial Analyses Tools Contribute to Under­standings on the Spatial Organization of Urban Life in Pompeii?

Akkelies van Nes

097: Visibility in Architecture Extended through Audiovisual Communication Technologies

Holger Schnädelbach

108: Clubs and Lounges at Roman Ostia The Spatial Organisation of a Boomtown Phenomenon (Space Syntax Applied to the Study of Second Century AD ’Guild Buildings’ at a Roman Port Town)

Hanna Stoeger

075: There is a City on the Riverside

Sandra Mello; Frederico Holanda

016: Spatial Centrality, Economic Vitality/Viability Compositional and Spatial Effects in Greater London

Alain Chiaradia; Bill Hillier; Christian Schwander; Martin Wedderburn

104: Comparing Human Wayfinding Behavior in Real and Virtual Environment

Aga Skorupka