Space Syntax Turner Prize 2017 winner announced

By Hannah Mellow on 8 November 2017
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The Bartlett School of Architecture MSc student, Lorena Espaillat Bencosme, is the winner of this year's Spacelab-sponsored Space Syntax Turner Prize for outstanding student research.

Lorena’s research, ‘The social dimensions of collaboration in co-working spaces’, explores the growing phenomenon of co-working spaces in London and was developed under the supervision of Dr Kerstin Sailer.

More information about Lorena's research and the Space Syntax Turner Prize can be found on the UCL website. 

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