"If it's not a container"
Architecture is a container, and people get in there, and many non-human things are placed there. Depending on how you think about it, there is something between people and architecture, and the distance between people and architecture is long.
If you feel that the distance is far, you want to shorten the distance between people and architecture.
Stop thinking of architecture as a container, and put people and architecture side by side, and put non-human things ahead. The distance between people and architecture is closer than that of non-human objects.
How is that? If the architecture is not a container, surpass the rain and dew, think of it as an umbrella, and now protect it from the cold, think of it as a blanket, combine an umbrella and a blanket, and connect the equipment there. The way of connecting should be something other than people, where it does not interfere with the sense of distance between people and architecture.
When I was vaguely thinking about shortening the distance between such people and architecture, I thought it was a camp idea.