Make space, make place, make sense
Editor: John Lawlor, Ger Reilly, Robert Simpson, Michael Ring, Ahmed Kovacevic, Mark McGrath, William Ion, David Tormey, Erik Bohemia, Chris McMahon, Brian Parkinson
Author: Leurs, Bas; Schelling, Jasper; Mulder, Ingrid
Institution: 1: Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences; 2: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Section: Learning Spaces
ts transformed their space into a place in order to enhance their sensemaking process. A three-stage model referring to âmake space, make place, and make senseâ is motivated and elaborated upon. It can be concluded that a space, or better to say a place, is an invaluable tool in facilitating meaningful design education. The physical environment seems to affect studentsâ development as well. At the final presentations teams not only surpassed expectations of their clients and tutors, but also their own expectations. They clearly act more confident in their interaction with the external world (clients, users, participants) as a designer.