InformeDesign: Glossary of Terms

justified graph

A method used in space syntax for analyzing spatial configurations. An initial space, usually an entrance, is placed at the bottom of the graph (the “root”) and all spaces directly connected to the root are placed one level above and connected to it by lines. All spaces directly connected to the first level are placed on a second level and connected to the first level by lines and so on. The resulting graph displays a visual representation of the “depth” of the layout of spaces.