Numeric Network Analysis: Post-COVID-19 Urbanism, 6 ft rule

  • Pedestrian flows by the shortest path
  • Pedestrian route choice analysis: how far people are willing to walk
  • Pedestrian route choice analysis: attractiveness vs. deviation
  • Spatial activity patterns, indoor & outdoor: safe distance of 6ft (2m)
  • Computational design concept and language for basics
  • Use network analysis techniques for pedestrian flows, route choice, location accessibility, mapping, and data visualization
  • Apply these techniques into practices in architecture, urban planning, design, and policy.
  • Address the given problems and research questions in reports.
    (500 words)
  • Explain your analytic method and 2–3 hypotheses with clarity.
    (250 words)
  • Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of computed spatial analysis and findings. (500 words)
  • Submit counting data (Rhino, CSV)
  • Visualize your understanding of data collection, computational analysis results, and design ideas with creating your cartographies
  • Publication
  • Peer reviewed journal
  • Online publication
  • Online exhibition



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NJ Namju Lee

NJ Namju Lee

Computational Designer at NJSTUDIO, and Software Engineer at ESRI