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Teaching space syntax through reflective practice and practica. / Dalton, Ruth; Vaughan, Laura.

The Oxford Conference: A re-evaluation of education in architecture. United Kingdom : WIT Press, 2008. p. 211 - 214.

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Dalton, R & Vaughan, L 2008, Teaching space syntax through reflective practice and practica. in The Oxford Conference: A re-evaluation of education in architecture. WIT Press, United Kingdom, pp. 211 - 214.

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Dalton, R., & Vaughan, L. (2008). Teaching space syntax through reflective practice and practica. In The Oxford Conference: A re-evaluation of education in architecture (pp. 211 - 214). WIT Press.

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Dalton R, Vaughan L. Teaching space syntax through reflective practice and practica. In The Oxford Conference: A re-evaluation of education in architecture. United Kingdom: WIT Press. 2008. p. 211 - 214

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Dalton, Ruth ; Vaughan, Laura. / Teaching space syntax through reflective practice and practica. The Oxford Conference: A re-evaluation of education in architecture. United Kingdom : WIT Press, 2008. pp. 211 - 214

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