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These shoes are a powerful reminder of lives lost during the Holocaust. In July 1944, Soviet forces liberated the Majdanek camp. It was the first major concentration camp to be encountered. The SS had hastily fled with most of the prisoners. The shoes, shown in our Museum, were among the haunting evidence of Nazi crimes Soviet forces uncovered. #holocaust #artifact
This Washington Post article focuses on pandemic-induced reconceptualizations of the spaces in which we live.
Designing to SurviveAs we try to understand the role of architecture post-pandemic, we have to first better understand the ways we inhabit buildings and move through space
This is a lovely story about one woman’s response to isolation. It’s presented via her voice and the voices of friends. Enjoy!
Two weeks into self-quarantine, Karina Montgomery told The Washington Post she was so touch-starved that she “would pay $50 for a 2-minute hug.”