Walmart’s textureless surfaces are intended to look as cheap possible. But surely, mulls Aaron Betsky, even a little tactility could improve the stores and other similar spaces without breaking the bank. Texture is a class thing. The more money you have, the more texture you get. The reverse is true of lighting and sound: the
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