"A growing dissatisfaction with residential environments indicates that socio_cultural and psychological factors are neglected in housing design. The life_style in a modern industrial society consists of contradictions between technological developments and the social structure of the housing. Nowadays a continued increase of public concern for the housing quality emphasizes the need to research on spatial quality which are to meet the social and psychological requirements. Spatial quality is considered a matter of both the actual, physical properties of space, as well as how they are perceived and experienced by human subject. On the other hand, housing quality has two interrelated sets of components: those economic, social and physical components of the residential environment, and perceived meaning values and uses of' these components. A judgment on housing quality has to be spatial. The level of satisfaction in relation to spatial character in turn make our human settlements more habitable. The aim of the research is to explore design parameters in relation to spatial patterns that will increase the housing quality. These parameters must be derived from the correlation between the physical variables of the housing that can be measured and the perceptual variables that can be evaluated. A relation between abstract non-material "subjects" and material "objects" is considered as the basic idea for this research. Therefore, space syntax analysis was used to investigate the relation between composition and configuration. As a result, it is possible to understand formal and geometric limits of architectural possibility by using space-syntax methods for analyzing architectural actuality."