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The Social Logic of Space

@inproceedings{Hillier1984TheSL,
  title={The Social Logic of Space},
  author={Bill Hillier and Julienne Hanson},
  year={1984}
}
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. The spatial logic of encounters: a computer-aided thought experiment 8. Societies as spatial systems Postscript Notes Index. 
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