Research

Relative size measures of urban form based on allometric subtraction
2015, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 

Migration and lag of centers during city growth
2015, Tenth International Space Syntax Symposium, London, UK

Sustainable urbanism: street networks as generators of adaptive urban form 
2014, International Symposium on Humanistic Management and Development of New Cities and Towns, Hangzhou, China

Allometry in the syntax of street networks: evolution of Adriatic and Ionian coastal cities 1800-2010
2014, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design

Foreground networks during urban evolution: the effect of length and connectivity on street network integration
2013, Ninth International Space Syntax Symposium, Seoul, South Korea

Linking acoustics and floor-plate shape qualities of healthcare settings
2012, Architectural Science Review

A coupled configurational descriptions of boundary shape based on distance and directionality
2011, AIEDAM: Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing

Evolution of street networks in Adriatic and Ionian coastal cities 1769-2007
2009, Seventh International Space Syntax Symposium, Stockholm, Sweden

The effect of floorplate shape upon office layout integration
2008, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design

Urban shapes and urban grids: a comparative study of Adriatic and Ionian coastal cities
2007, Sixth International Space Syntax Symposium, Istanbul, Turkey

Floorplate shapes and office layouts
2005, Fifth International Space Syntax Symposium, Delft, The Netherlands

Light, views and money: average perimeter distance and its relation to floorplate geometry
2003, Fourth International Space Syntax Symposium, London, UK

Floorplate shapes as generators of circulation
2001, Third International Space Syntax Symposium, Atlanta, GA, USA

Qelizë: configurational description of floorplate shapes with linear depth in Java
2000, Millennial Open Symposium on the Arts and Interdisciplinary Computing

Qendër: a dynamic graphic design with symmetry group generators in Java
1999, ISAMA, San Sebastian, Spain

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