We are pleased to announce the first Issue of Volume 3 of the Journal of Space Syntax dedicated to the work of Julienne Hanson.

Professor Julienne Hanson retired from the Bartlett in 2010, after having spent thirty-five years in academic life. Her externally-funded research included profiling the UK’s housing stock with the needs of older people in mind, investigating the layout and design of residential care homes in relation to quality of life issues and studying the housing and support needs of both older people and working age adults with impaired vision. She also led research into mainstreaming ‘telecare’ services in the homes of older people, remodelling sheltered housing and residential care homes to extra care housing, the design of accessible public toilets in city centres and the design of socially inclusive and sustainable public open spaces in residential areas. However, Julienne is perhaps best-remembered for her contribution to the development of ‘space syntax’. She is the is co-author (with Professor Bill Hillier) of The Social Logic of Space and she taught on the Bartlett’s M.Sc. in Advanced Architectural Studies from 1976 until her retirement.

To access the JOSS, Volume 3, Issue 1 publication visit:

http://joss.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/journal/index.php/joss

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