Better Design through Research.
The City Form Lab at the Singapore University of Technology & Design in collaboration with the School of Architecture & Planning at MIT focuses on empirical studies of urban form. We develop new software tools for researching city form; use cutting-edge spatial analysis and statistics to investigate how the physical pattern of urban infrastructure affects the social, environmental and economic quality of urban environments; and develop creative design and policy solutions for contemporary urban challenges. By bringing together multi-diciplinary urban research expertise and excellence in design, we develop context sensitive and timely insight about the role of urban form in affecting the quality of life in 21st century cities.
|2.5D Structures||Samples of Urban Fabric||Location Patterns of |
|Tallinn Architecture |
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|SUTD Gridshell Pavilion||Measuring Urban Expansion|
in East Asia.
|MIT Parametric Urbanism|
|Urban Planning Analytics |
in Indonesian Cities
|Urban Network Analysis |
|Capturing Urban Intensity||World Cities Summit 2012||Walkability in Singapore|
|HK Planning Studio||Archifest Pavilion||Location Patterns of Street |
|Designing for |
Growth & Change