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Major projects call in thespace syntax consultants

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The Space Syntax Laboratory at University College, London, which forecasts how people are going to use buildings and urban areas before they are built, is tackling the largest workload in its ten-year history.

Recent growth has come as a result of the laboratory's appointment as space syntax consultant on projects such as the Gateshead Regional Music Centre, a brownfield regeneration scheme with Foster and Partners; Lincoln Estates, Poplar, public-housing regeneration with afh Shaw Sprunt; Albion Wharf, Battersea, an urban residential project, again with Fosters; and Vauxhall Cross, a pedestrian movement study and strategic evaluation for the London Borough of Lambeth.

The laboratory also has ongoing commissions with Fosters on the World Squares for All project and liffe at Spitalfields, the Richard Rogers Partnership at the South Bank Centre and the King's Cross Partnership for the King's Cross Strategic Framework.

The second Space Syntax International Symposium will be held from 29 March to2 April 1999 in the city of Brasilia, Brazil.

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