This thesis introduces embodied remembrance, to mediate the experience of the body and the digital in architecture. The rise of the digital has enabled an architecture which primarily responds to abstract desires and commodification. Embodied remembrance opposes this divorce from the digital to allow the architecture to access the affective richness embodied in mnemonic narratives. A ‘design as research’ methodology solidifies the theoretical proposition through four stages of design. The first three designs incrementally scale-up in the design of a spatial installation, medium-scale house-museum, and a public-scale care facility/archive. The final design shifts downwards in scale to consolidate the research findings. Each design shifts the theoretical framework, allowing critical reassessment of the design and research proposition. This research suggests an alternative architectural paradigm, sensitive to the complex issue of embodied remembrance experienced by the body.