The present research topic addresses the concept of contact with ulterior goal the interpretation of an architectural path and experience.The concept -being perceived as a word with plenty extensions- is examined through various theoretical fields and is converted to a crucial factor of interaction between the human and the building body. The coexistence of the human body and the (building)space areaand thereafter their contact, is defined as one of the main design tools. Each of the etymological interpretations of the latter contact is assigned to a spatial example of expression which in turn leads to the introduction of the concept into social, philosophical, spatial and various other contexts. The way, in which each time is being interpreted, subjects to the general need to use this term as an architectural tool and not just as a philosophical research.According to the synthetic program and the contact’s quantitythat is expressed, three architectural examples are being discussed: AEGIS HYPOSURFACE of the DECOI ARCHITECTS which is a form of wall surface, the square PIAZZA DEL CAMPO in the city of Siena in Italy and finally the Bathsof Peter Zumthor (THERME VALS), where throughout them the space and its basic elements are defined and the way the space converses with the animated body is being observed as well. Through the investigation of the architectural form, notation and geometry of the human body, an overall view of the architectural effect is achieved as a set of relationships between persons, emotions and objects. Overall, what is really emphasized, is not the promotion of all the existing timbres of contact itself, but particularly the comprehension of the body’s experience and how this concept could be used by each individual architect.The ultimate aim of this study is the creation of a spatial grammarthrough composition of diagrams and optical samples, all leading to the later modulation of an architectural reading.