Have we lost touch with our buildings?
The prohibition of handshaking and hugging could be making us feel less at home in the world. COVID-19 made us wary of contact, but for many, it is also a reminder of the importance of touch in architecture. In the Financial Times, architect Edwin Heathcote reflects on the non-static nature of his profession, and how through touching objects and buildings, we unconsciously become a part of them.
From Financial Times