The course* “Symbiosis" is to represent the complex but less explored domain of interdependent relation between artwork and the place, where artwork is shown as sensory space. “Symbiosis” illustrates itself within the realms of contemporary art exhibition criteria. The core intention of the approach is to train the sensorial experience and to recognize the relationships which define the conditions of space in terms of perception and execution parameters for architecture and artwork. Students are expected to show their individual approach to the basic elements of an exhibition: space and artwork. Alongside with discussing the influence of the exhibition space and exhibition architecture onto the human body and psyche, and the interaction between space, body and artwork, the participants are encouraged to actively participate in each stage of the course by writing journals, making or collecting visual material related to the topic, and expected to develop their own ideas. Course aims to promote the importance of symbiotic relationship between the artwork where it is showcased in and redefine the importance of living matters like air, light, humidity, windspeed, temperature, acoustics considered as living things as suspending or encouraging perception surrounding the artwork and architecture. Reforming the invisible, matter, void, quality, comfort in order to bring consciousness to museum and exhibition space architecture, designing exhibition displays, architectural and display materials for the present and future generations of architects to come. Our pilot project places are Deutsches Museum, the Pinakotheken, Brandhorst Museum, Haus der Kunst, Kunstverein, Sammlung Götz, Max Forum, Orangerie, Amelianburg, Louis Vuitton, Maxforum, Villa Stuck, and Architecture bookshop located in the city of Munich, Germany.