Category Archives: Press article

New blog for Faversham Yellow Lines campaign

Information on the campaign against the painting of yellow lines across Faversham town centre has moved to a new blog. Thank you for all the support so far!

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Vince Cable visits Space Syntax

Yesterday, UK Secretary of State for Business, Vince Cable, visited the Space Syntax London studio. Here’s a summary of the visit on Storify.

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UBM Future Cities

My piece in full

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“On your feet, Wellington”

An article in the New Zealand Dominion Post, titled “On your feet, Wellington” reports on Space Syntax’s proposals to reconnect the pedestrian infrastructure of the capital.

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Academics “embrace” Wikipedia – shock!

“Demonising Wikipedia won’t work. It’s massively used and it’s in all our interests to make it massively better.” Nieman Journalism Fellow and BBC reporter Philippa Thomas comments in her blog on the myth and reality of Wikipedia. Here’s the full … Continue reading

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Tim Stonor – analytical architect

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Londoners develop own space craft

As reported in the Times Higher Education Supplement on 17 April 1998 Julia Hinde reports on UCL’s novel architectural consultancy that aims to make money from the spaces between buildings. How is it that some company coffee machines become the … Continue reading

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