Akkelies van Nes
Akkelies van Nes
Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences
Verified email at hvl.no
Cited by
Cited by
Quantitative tools in urban morphology: Combining space syntax, spacematrix and mixed-use index in a GIS framework
Y Ye, A Van Nes
Urban morphology 18 (2), 97-118, 2014
Macro and micro scale spatial variables and the distribution of residential burglaries and theft from cars: an investigation of space and crime in the Dutch cities of Alkmaar …
A Van Nes, M López
The Journal of Space Syntax 1 (2), 314, 2010
Exploring isovist-based correlates of spatial behavior and experience
G Franz, JM Wiener
5th International Space Syntax Symposium, 503-517, 2005
Combination of Space syntax with spacematrix and the mixed use index: The Rotterdam South test case
A Van Nes, M Berghauser Pont, B Mashhoodi
8th International Space Syntax Symposium, Santiago de Chile, Jan. 3-6, 2012, 2012
Improving the design of urban underground space in metro stations using the space syntax methodology
F van der Hoeven, A van Nes
Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology 40, 64-74, 2014
Micro scale spatial relationships in urban studies: the relationship between private and public space and its impact on street life
A Van Nes, MJJ López
Proceedings of the 6th Space Syntax Symposium (6SSS), Istanbul, Turkiye …, 2007
Space and crime in Dutch built environments: macro and micro scale spatial conditions for residential burglaries and thefts from cars
MJJ López, A Van Nes
Proceedings of the 6th Space Syntax Symposium (6SSS), Istanbul, Turkiye …, 2007
Measuring urban maturation processes in Dutch and Chinese new towns: Combining street network configuration with building density and degree of land use diversification through GIS
Y Ye, A Van Nes
The Journal of Space Syntax 4 (1), 18-37, 2013
Road building and urban change: the effect of ring roads on the dispersal of shop and retail in western European towns and cities
A Van Nes
Department of Land Use and Landscape Planning, Agricultural University of Norway, 2002
Space Syntax: A method to measure urban space related to social, economic and cognitive factors
A van Nes, C Yamu
The virtual and the real in planning and urban design, 136-150, 2017
Typology of shopping areas in Amsterdam
A Van Nes
proceedings space syntax. 5th international symposium, TU Delft, Amsterdam, 2005
Degrees of sustainable location of railway stations: Integrating space syntax and node place value model on railway sations in the province of North Holland's strategic plan …
A Van Nes, E Stolk
Proceedings of the 8th International Space Syntax Symposium, January 3-6 …, 2012
The one-and two-dimensional isovists analyses in Space Syntax
A van Nes
Research in Urbanism Series 2 (1), 163-183, 2011
Spatial behaviour in Dutch dwelling areas: How housing layouts affects the behaviour of its users
A Van Nes, L Rueb
Proceedings of the 7th International Space Syntax Symposium, Stockholm …, 2009
Combination of space syntax with spacematrix and the mixed use index
A Nes, M Berghauser Pont, B Mashhoodi
8th International Space Syntax Symposium, Santiago de Chile, 2012
Road building and urban change: A morphological and configurative explanation of how ring roads change the pattern of distribution of shops in city and town centres
A Van Nes
Proceedings 3th International Space Syntax Symposium, Atlanta, 2001
“Form Syntax” as a contribution to geodesign: A morphological tool for urbanity-making in urban design
Y Ye, A Yeh, Y Zhuang, A Van Nes, J Liu
Urban Design International 22 (1), 73-90, 2017
Measuring spatial visibility, adjacency, permeability, and degrees of street life in Pompeii
A Van Nes
Rome, Ostia, Pompeii: Movement and Space. Oxford University Press: Oxford …, 2011
Gender Differences in the Urban Environment. The flaneur and flaneuse of the 21st Century.
A Van Nes
International Space Syntax Symposium, 1-7, 2009
Road building and urban change
A Van Nes
Space Syntax 3rd International Symposium Proceedings, 2001, 2001
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20