To ideate, to exteriorize a concept, designers talk and put qualitative and ambiguous mental images in external representations. Verbalization on its own or combined with these representations drives ideation. This paper presents in detail the different elements of the design conversation in a remote setting: Collaborative Ideation Loops, Collaborative Conversations and Collaborative Moving. They occurred while using the interconnected Hybrid Ideation Space (HIS) in the context of a multidisciplinary ad-hoc project between two universities. This case study shows the relevance in particular of these elements of design conversations, as methodological tools to better assess and understand the collaborative ideation process.