A building is a building is a building, right? Or is it?
What makes the difference between a physical, inert, very tangible building and a much more intangible, somehow vibrant and stimulating “space?”
Some of the answer will be to do with the objects you have in the physical building and how you control the details of the environment.
These things are certainly important.
More than that though, it must be about the attitudes and energies you bring into the building and how you interact with the other people present—what you put into the room, figuratively as well as physically. Perhaps there’s something about these things being valued in common with other people, at some level.
Maybe bricks make a building and people make a space.
What do you do to make the building you inhabit a “space?”