Isovists.org is a platform for advanced spatial analysis. It hosts downloads of the Isovist software; an integrated, high definition, intuitive tool for spatial research that is based upon isovist scanning of architectural drawings. Isovists.org also provides a guide to the use of the analysis software, definitions of the various forms of spatial analysis measures that it facilitates, and a growing archive of building case studies. The isovist software is free and available for Mac and PC.

Guest Blogs & Case Studies

Below are a series of guest blogs and case studies, written by researchers and students who are using the isovist software. We hope they offer useful insights and inspirations. If you have work which you would like us to feature, please contact us and let us know.
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Scan Database

A growing collection of guest blogs and building case studies

Key Partners & Affiliates



Sam McElhinney
Sam McElhinney

UCA Canterbury School of Architecture

Michael Benedikt
Michael Benedikt

University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture