3rd October 2016

Open Letter from Architecture for Refugees: Save The Jungle Refugee Camp!

Authors: Nasr Chamma and Bence Komlosi “They left their country for a few weeks, months or years, driven […]
30th September 2016

IKEA Unveils Solar-Powered Flat Pack Shelters for Easily Deployable Emergency Housing

“IKEA just turned its flat pack sensibilities from the urban apartment to the global village by unveiling a […]
29th September 2016

Hamburg uses shipping containers as homes

“Dust blows across the path as women carry what possessions they have in flimsy blue bin bags. One […]
28th September 2016

Kitchen In Calais

Food is one of the most important topics for all human being! Public services such as this “Kitchen […]
26th September 2016

Self Build Design by Lucas

Here’s a beautiful illustration made by Lucas, one of ‘Building in Calais jungle‘ amazing volunteers, to demonstrate how to […]
26th September 2016

Building in Calais jungle

If you want to know more about the ‘Building in Calais Jungle’ just CHECK IT ON FACEBOOK Here […]
20th September 2016

CAMPing in TIRANA

The Architecture for Refugees’ upcoming workshop is going to be in Tirana during the Tirana Architecture Week! 3-9 […]
20th September 2016

UNCHR Innovation – Innovating with and for refugees

UNHCR’s Innovation Unit collaborates with UNHCR Divisions, refugees, academia, and the private sector to creatively address complex refugee challenges. […]
14th September 2016

Good Chance Theatre Dome

Good Chance builds temporary theatres of hope. Get to know more about Good Chance Theatre on it’s twitter […]
14th September 2016

Ikea’s Newly Designed Refugee Shelters Are a Game Changer

Refugee camps across Iraq are about to get a Swedish touch. – write the takepart “The United Nations’ […]
14th September 2016

The Good Chance Calais Theater

Good Chance is a theatre of hope in the refugee camp in Calais. Inside France’s largest refugee camp, […]
12th September 2016

Building Shelters in Calais

Lucas Facer built shelters in Calais Camp from donations. Read more about his story and donate HERE