How can buildings and cities be designed in direct relation to people? Developed and taught by UCL’s internationally renowned Space Syntax Laboratory, these Space Syntax: Architecture & Cities MSc/MRes programmes bring together the study of architecture and urbanism within a theoretical and analytical framework known as space syntax.
These programmes centre around the idea that by studying buildings and cities as patterns of space, we can derive new insights into the relations between them and the individuals, communities and organisations that inhabit them.
Join us to hear from Dr Kayvan Karimi (Programme Director) and Professor Laura Vaughan (Lab Director) to hear how these Master’s programmes can equip you with the knowledge and skills to research the social consequences of architecture and urban design decisions in practice, in research and in urban and architectural consultancy.
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