The development of digital technology over the last years, has transformed the processes used in architectural education and more specifically, inside the Αrchitectural Design Studio. However, design education and digital technology education continue to be seen as separate loci of learning, separated by pedagogical gaps and teaching mindsets. This research is focusing on the relationship of design and digital in the Architectural Design Studio, trying to identify the gap and to suggest ways of improving and developing. Working with Bauhaus as a pathfinder, interdisciplinarity as the main method of approach, and fashion design as the case study discipline, the main question of this research is how to bridge the gap between design and digital in architectural pedagogy using the Architectural Design Studio as the main platform of investigation and experimentation. By bridging the gap of design and digital in education, not only the educational system but also industry will benefit, as technology is already dominating the biggest parts of production.