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The Social Logic of Space
Preface Introduction 1. The problem of space 2. The logic of space 3. The analysis of settlement layouts 4. Bindings and their genotypes 5. The elementary building and its transformations 6. theExpand
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Natural Movement: Or, Configuration and Attraction in Urban Pedestrian Movement
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This paper contains evidence in support of a new ‘configurational’ paradigm in which a primary property of the form of the urban grid is to privilege certain spaces over others for through movement. Expand
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The social logic of space: Contents
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Preface Introduction 1. The problem of space 2. The logic of space 3. The analysis of settlement layouts 4. Bindings and their genotypes 5. The elementary building and its transformations 6. the spatial logic of arrangements 7. a computer-aided thought experiment. Expand
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Decoding homes and houses
Acknowledgements 1. An introduction to the study of houses 2. Tradition and change in the English house 3. Ideas are in things, with Hillier and Graham 4. Two domestic 'space codes' compared, withExpand
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The social logic of space: The logic of space
SUMMARY This chapter does three things. First, it introduces a new concept of order in space, as restrictions on an otherwise random process. It does this by showing experimentally that certain kindsExpand
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A brief history of an idea
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Urban transformations: a history of design ideas
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  • 1 August 2000
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This paper explores some configurational ideas that were first put together during the late 1970s, whilst ‘space syntax’ was still in gestation. Expand
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Ideas are in Things: An Application of the Space Syntax Method to Discovering House Genotypes
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Simple ‘space syntax’ techniques are used to explore the problem of spatially typing a sample of vernacular farmhouses in Normandy. Expand
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Syntactic Analysis of Settlements
This paper introduces a model for the representation, analysis and interpretation of settlement space: syntactic analysis. The model of analysis sees a settlement as a bi-polar system, arrangedExpand
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