Foto: Tamina Thermal Baths. Image © Roland Bernath

Architecture can ground both healing and wellness. Whether mitigating and reducing the transmission of disease, or simply providing a tranquil space for solace, the buildings of our daily lives directly shape our experience. In the case of emergency architecture, spaces are built to address issues of health and shelter. As architects continue to rethink designs for housing and basic human needs, they’ve also extended their focus to mental, physical and spiritual well-being.

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