Bill Hillier
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The social logic of space
B Hillier, J Hanson
Cambridge university press, 1989
Space is the machine: a configurational theory of architecture
B Hillier
Space Syntax, 2007
Natural movement: or, configuration and attraction in urban pedestrian movement
B Hillier, A Penn, J Hanson, T Grajewski, J Xu
Environment and Planning B: planning and design 20 (1), 29-66, 1993
Network and psychological effects in urban movement
B Hillier, S Iida
International Conference on Spatial Information Theory, 475-490, 2005
Cities as movement economies
B Hillier
Urban design international 1 (1), 41-60, 1996
Creating life: Or, does architecture determine anything?
B Hillier, R Burdett, J Peponis, A Penn
Architecture & Comportement/Architecture & Behaviour 3 (3), 233-250, 1986
Centrality as a process: accounting for attraction inequalities in deformed grids
B Hillier
Urban Design International 4 (3-4), 107-127, 1999
Configurational modelling of urban movement networks
A Penn, B Hillier, D Banister, J Xu
Environment and Planning B: planning and design 25 (1), 59-84, 1998
The city as one thing
B Hillier, L Vaughan
Progress in planning 67 (3), 205-230, 2007
Ideas are in things: an application of the space syntax method to discovering house genotypes
B Hillier, J Hanson, H Graham
Environment and Planning B: planning and design 14 (4), 363-385, 1987
The hidden geometry of deformed grids: or, why space syntax works, when it looks as though it shouldn't
B Hillier
Environment and Planning B: planning and Design 26 (2), 169-191, 1999
Knowledge and design
B Hillier, J Musgrove, P O'Sullivan
Environmental design: research and practice 2, 3-1, 1972
Space syntax
B Hillier, A Leaman, P Stansall, M Bedford
Environment and Planning B: Planning and design 3 (2), 147-185, 1976
Can streets be made safe?
B Hillier
Urban design international 9 (1), 31-45, 2004
Network effects and psychological effects: a theory of urban movement
B Hillier, S Iida
Proceedings of the 5th international symposium on space syntax 1, 553-564, 2005
The architecture of the urban object
B Hillier
Ekistics, 5-21, 1989
An algorithmic definition of the axial map
A Turner, A Penn, B Hillier
Environment and Planning B: planning and design 32 (3), 425-444, 2005
Spatial sustainability in cities: Organic patterns and sustainable forms
B Hillier
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), 2009
Normalising least angle choice in Depthmap-and how it opens up new perspectives on the global and local analysis of city space
WRG Hillier, T Yang, A Turner
Journal of Space syntax 3 (2), 155-193, 2012
A theory of the city as object: or, how spatial laws mediate the social construction of urban space
B Hillier
Urban design international 7 (3-4), 153-179, 2002
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