This paper presents a teaching model called “e-Space” for integrating conventional design curriculum with digital media. e-Space is composed of a set of exercises that emphasize the use of digital media to enhance spatial sensibility and understanding. Also, e- Space explores spatial composition including organization, interpretation, representation, transformation, and logicality. Simultaneously, diverse digital media applications integrated with design-thinking enables students to have conversation with ideas between two design spaces ? real and virtual. Finally, we use an introductory digital media course as an example of our model in accompaniment with conventional design studio learning.