I am a Research Associate at the Bartlett School of Architecture and a member of the Space Syntax Laboratory, at the University College London (UCL), United Kingdom, where I also obtained a PhD in Urban Space and Computation.

In my research I use computational methods to quantify and analyse the built environment to study how space shapes human behaviour. I am interested in how we can use spatial data science methods to uncover social, economic and spatial inequalities, and how we can use this knowledge to inform evidence-based urban planning and policy-making. Currently, I am focusing on relationships between the built environment and health & well-being.

In addition to my academic work, I have also worked as an architect, urban planner and consultant for medium to large-scale urban development projects in Germany, which have been awarded several architecture prizes.

Dr Kimon Krenz (he/him)