I was invitied to teach the Sens[e-Res]ponsive Architecture Workshop, which took place in August 2011 at the Department of Architecture at the Technical University of Crete in Chania, Greece. The overall discourse of the workshop revolved around the contextual and material frameworks of mediums, tools and techniques to create sensponsive environments that extend from useful to collaborative, developing a "sense" of their own. This year’s theme involved the design of an intriguing space for children with responsive partitions. The workshop was taught by an interdisciplinary team of designers and theorists from Harvard, MIT, TU Delft, University of East London (UEL), Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) and the Technical University of Crete (TUC). After an intensive work week, the student's prototypes were exhibited at ENHSA's "Rethinking the Human in Technology-Driven Architecture" conference.