Founded in 1989, Space Analytics provides reliable evidence about the economic functionality of designed/built spatial-visual patterns.

The ‘‘major problem and the Achilles heel’’ of the real estate analysis process lies in the lack of precision of inputs like ‘‘architectural attractiveness’’ and ‘‘locational convenience.’’  (Bagnoli  & Smith, 1998)

We have successfully demonstrated the impacts of spatial-visual patterns for:

underperforming real estate
owner-builder-designer disputes
eminent domain access takings
premises liability
architectural copyright
public space/forum
“The [Colorado] Supreme Court practically quoted you.” — Attorney, Denver.
“This approach ‘demystifies’ design.” — Vice President, major national developer/asset manager, Boston.