Bill Hillier


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Bill Hillier is Professor of Architectural and Urban Morphology in the University of London, Chairman of the Bartlett School of Graduate Studies and Director of the Space Syntax Laboratory in University College London. He holds a DSc (higher doctorate) in the University of London.

As the original pioneer of the methods for the analysis of spatial patterns known as ‘space syntax’, he is the author of a large number of articles concerned with different aspects of space and how it works. He has also written extensively on other aspects of the theory of architecture.

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The Social Logic of Space

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“Architecture and urban design, both in their formal and spatial aspects, are seen as fundamentally configurational in that the way the parts are put together to form the whole is more important than any of the parts taken in isolation.”
Bill Hillier, Space Is the Machine: A Configurational Theory of Architecture



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