|A 3 day workshop on Space Design was organised from 24th-26th March 2012 by a visiting faculty from Israel. The workshop focused on "non complete" spaces in architecture. It started with a presentation on the phenomenon of non complete in paintings, architecture and psychology of design. Works by Michelangelo, Escher and Leonardo da Vinci were discussed in depth. On the second day, students were divided into two groups. Each group explored the campus in search for non complete areas. These spaces were then re- interpreted by them in their own way by building a story around it. The workshop ended with a detailed presentation of the works and process followed by both the groups.
Course instructor: Amos Bar-Eli, Dean of HIT, Dept of Design