Learning from past planning experiences...
Space syntax is an evidence-based tool that provides better understanding of the relationship between the built environment and human behaviour.
From single buildings to entire cities, space syntax enables us to evaluate and implicate spatial networks in playing a critical role in many socio-economic, and functional outputs of the built environment.
At ARRUS, at a city-scale, we have conducted several detailed studies of Doha, many of which are published, as well as those of Chicago and London.
In addition to city-scale applications, we also use it to inform space planning of the buildings we design.