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Tim Stonor

Tim Stonor is Managing Director of Space Syntax, London, United Kingdom.
Tim Stonor is Managing Director of Space Syntax, London, United Kingdom.


Tim Stonor is Managing Director of Space Syntax, London, United Kingdom.

He is an architect and urban planner who has devoted his career to the analysis and design of human behaviour patterns—the ways in which people move, interact and transact in buildings and urban places. Stonor is an internationally recognised expert in the design of spatial layouts and, in particular, the role of space in the generation of social, economic and environmental value.

Stonor is the managing director of Space Syntax, a company created at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London (UCL) in 1989 to develop and apply predictive design technologies. He is a member of the Board of Directors at the Academy of Urbanism in London, a visiting professor at the Bartlett School of Architecture, a Harvard University Loeb Fellow and a deputy chair of the United Kingdom Design Council. Stonor joined the advisory board of the Norman Foster Foundation in 2018.

He was Chair of the Public Debates at the Norman Foster Foundation - Re-materializing Housing Workshop, supported by the Holcim Foundation and held in Madrid (November 2021).

Last Updated: November 19, 2021
London, United Kingdom
  • Space Syntax
    London, United Kingdom
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