Kerstin Sailer
Kerstin Sailer
Professor in the Sociology of Architecture, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
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Social networks and spatial configuration—How office layouts drive social interaction
K Sailer, I McCulloh
Social networks 34 (1), 47-58, 2012
Creativity as social and spatial process
K Sailer
Facilities 29 (1/2), 6-18, 2011
A study of bluetooth low energy performance for human proximity detection in the workplace
A Montanari, S Nawaz, C Mascolo, K Sailer
2017 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications†…, 2017
Spatiality and transpatiality in workplace environments
K Sailer, A Penn
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), 2009
Evidence-based design: Theoretical and practical reflections of an emerging approach in office architecture
K Sailer, A Budgen, N Lonsdale, A Turner, A Penn
Movement in workplace environments–configurational or programmed?
K Sailer
6th International Space Syntax Symposium, 2007
The space-organisation relationship. On the shape of the relationship between spatial configuration and collective organisational behaviours
K Sailer
TU Dresden, Germany, 2010
The performance of space–exploring social and spatial phenomena of interaction patterns in an organisation.
K Sailer, A Penn
Proceedings of the Architecture and Phenomenology Conference, 2007
Dissecting Visibility Graph Analysis: The metrics and their role in understanding workplace human behaviour
P Koutsolampros, K Sailer, T Varoudis, R Haslem
Proceedings of the 12th International Space Syntax Symposium 12, 2019
Modelling workplace contact networks: the effects of organizational structure, architecture, and reporting errors on epidemic predictions
GE Potter, T Smieszek, K Sailer
Network Science, FirstView Article, 1-28, 2015
Data-driven design—Using data on human behaviour and spatial configuration to inform better workplace design
K Sailer, R Pomeroy, R Haslem
Corporate Real Estate Journal 4 (3), 249-262, 2015
Comparative studies of offices pre and post—how changing spatial configurations affect organisational behaviours
K Sailer, A Budgen, N Lonsdale, A Turner, A Penn
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), 2009
How strongly programmed is a strong programme building? A comparative analysis of outpatient clinics in two hospitals
K Sailer, R Pachilova, E Kostopoulou, R Pradinuk, D MacKinnon, ...
9th International Space Syntax Symposium, 2013
Providing care quality by design: a new measure to assess hospital ward layouts
R Pachilova, K Sailer
the Journal of Architecture 25 (2), 186-202, 2020
Measuring interaction in workplaces
K Sailer, P Koutsolampros, M Zaltz Austwick, T Varoudis, A Hudson-Smith
Architecture and Interaction: Human Computer Interaction in Space and Place†…, 2016
Differential perceptions of teamwork, focused work and perceived productivity as an effect of desk characteristics within a workplace layout
K Sailer, P Koutsolampros, R Pachilova
PloS one 16 (4), e0250058, 2021
Spatial Configuration, Organisational Change and Academic Networks
K Sailer, A Penn, A Marmot
Applied Social Network Analysis, Zurich, Switzerland, 2012
The Spatial and Social Organisation of Teaching and Learning: The case of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
K Sailer
10th International Space Syntax Symposium, 34:1-34:17, 2015
Pre and post occupancy evaluations in workplace environments
K Sailer, A Budgen, N Lonsdale, A Turner, A Penn
The Journal of Space Syntax 1 (1), 199-213, 2010
Detecting emerging activity-based working traits through wearable technology
A Montanari, C Mascolo, K Sailer, S Nawaz
Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous†…, 2017
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