A boy sitting barefoot at a kitchen counter.When walking barefoot, you get to experience the world in its entirety. Whether you’re walking on grass, carpet, cement, or other surfaces, you can feel what the shoe wearer does not.

Planning architecture with this in mind helps to encourage visitors to lose footwear while making for beautiful design. Check out this article from Arch Daily, “Take Off Your Shoes: 5 Floors to Experience Barefoot.” We agree with the title and would encorage everyone to do the same.