Urban Anatomy Course in Santorini, Greece
Tutor: Arch. Salomon Moshe
During the 'Urban Anatomy' course in the Santorini island of Greece, in the summer of 1994
students were requested to survey a place during the two weeks of this field trip, registering their impressions of the place -by hand - measuring and drawing, without cameras or other mechanical devices.
The course rationale is that architecture being a built entity, it should be studied on site. The prolonged stay in a fixed place allowed the students to learn that the feeling of a place is made out many elements -sounds, moist, wind, sun, smells, ageing materials, plants, cracks, heat and cold, people.
Those impressions were compiled and edited by students Ayelet Karmon and Hila Steinberger and published by the Technion Press in 1995.