20th September 2016

Lord Rogers: Help for refugees is a mark of our civilisation

We must support those facing this crisis, says the award-winning architect whose family fled fascist Italy in 1939 […]
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 […]
12th September 2016

Humanitarian architects work from the ground up

“There is a much wider role for architects and architecture than I had been led to believe both […]
11th September 2016

In Italy, a struggling town looks to refugees for revival

“In Italy, the job of settling and integrating asylum seekers belongs to local governments. Mayors across the impoverished […]
22nd August 2016

How to Build a Perfect Refugee Camp

“From the outside, the temporary shelter for Syrian civilians in Kilis, Turkey, doesn’t look like an inviting place […]
19th August 2016

Beyond the Tent: Why Refugee Camps Need Architects (Now More than Ever)

“In 2013 alone some 1 million people have poured out of Syria to escape a civil conflict that has been raging for […]
19th August 2016

EKO project

“Eko is up and running once more, from 8:00-20:00 there is a space where the community can come […]
16th August 2016

Refugee Republic – interactive map of the refugee camp in Domiz

Check the Refugee Republic and its interactive map about the Domiz refugee camp. You can find the Refugee […]
11th August 2016

“Jungle books” English lesson

Please check this report – diary by our friend from the MapFugees team! Educational spaces and people! “Funny atmosphere and […]
12th June 2016

ON!

The Architecture for Refugees – open source online platform is ON! Welcome to our open source online platform! We are […]
20th October 2016

How Refugee Camp Architecture Is Capturing the Power of Shade

“According to the UN Refugee Agency, there are approximately 45.2 million people around the world who have been […]
20th October 2016

Planned informality: the need for flexibility and foresight in urban refugee settlements

“Take a flat land in the desert of Jordan near the Syrian border and place thousands of white […]
19th October 2016

Winter is coming: the new crisis for refugees in Europe

“Record numbers of migrants and refugees crossed the Mediterranean to Europe in October – just in time for […]
19th October 2016

WOHNRAUM FÜR ALLE – DREAM-HOME FOR EVERYBODY

ERGEBNISSE DER IDEENWERKSTATT – BROSCHÜRE MIT ALLEN ARBEITEN BROSCHÜRE DOWNLOADEN SAVE THE DATE: WOHNRAUM FÜR ALLE – „PROJEKTIMPULS“ […]
12th October 2016

Designing with the community: the power of illustrations & simulations

READ THE TEXT ON UNHCR’SWEBSITE TEXT BY JACQUELINE STRECKER, LEARN LAB MANAGER, JUNE 12, 2015  
12th October 2016

Inside Dunkirk’s new refugee camp

A purpose-built camp offers refugees a sense of relief, but for how long?, asks Sarah Shearman. READ the […]
11th October 2016

Innovation at Zaatari: how do refugees make tents and caravans into homes?

“The largest refugee camp in Jordan is on its way to becoming a permanent settlement. A new report […]
11th October 2016

Why isn’t the profession seeing refugee camps as architectural projects?

“What is stopping architects from looking at solutions to the current refugee crisis? Is it a problem with […]
10th October 2016

School in Exile

“Since the first appearance of Palestinian refugee camps after the Nakba, the Arabic term to indicates the exile […]
10th October 2016

Somali Refugees in Eastleigh, Nairobi

Somali Refugees in Eastleigh, Nairobi “Refugees often represent one of the weakest and most vulnerable members of a […]
10th October 2016

Neu im Netz – Architektur für Flüchtlinge

Read an articel about ‘Architecture for Refugees’ on GERMAN- ARCHITECTS WEBSITE!
5th October 2016

The vast majority of Syrian refugees are seeking refuge in cities, not camps

“Rows of white tents in an otherwise sparse landscape are often featured in the media, but the reality […]