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

Refugee camps are “the cities of tomorrow”, says humanitarian-aid expert

Governments should stop thinking about refugee camps as temporary places, says Kilian Kleinschmidt, one of the world’s leading […]
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 […]
30th September 2016

Opinion: What’s Wrong With Shipping Container Housing? Everything.

“A short list of why shipping containers are not a “solution” for mass housing: Housing is usually not […]
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

Action from Switzerland

Containers at the “Kioski” Is this architecture!? We believe that it is! There are containers, indoor-outdoor spaces, privacy […]
28th September 2016

Kitchen In Calais

Food is one of the most important topics for all human being! Public services such as this “Kitchen […]
28th September 2016

Towards A Rationalisation of the Construction of Refugee Camps by James Kennedy

READ THIS interesting and analytical text about refugee camps!
28th September 2016

Alternative Handbook for Refugee Camp Design: A LANDSCAPE FRAMEWORK

“An Alternative Handbook for Refugee Camp Design responds to increases in both the number of refugees worldwide and […]
28th September 2016

Humanitarian Architecture: 15 stories of architects working after disaster

Do you know THIS BOOK?  “This book documents and analyses the expanding role for architects in designing projects […]
28th September 2016

Architects Without Frontiers: War, Reconstruction and Design Responsibility

Architecture Without Frontiers! Is there anyone who know this BOOK!? Check the Google Books for more!
26th September 2016

PUBLICITY – POSTER

Dear All! We would like to ask everyone to share our goals! Please feel free to share this […]
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 Zürich

The Architecture for Refugees’ upcoming presentation is going to be in Zürich! 29 October, 2016. 19.00 – EXIL […]
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. […]
20th September 2016

Flüchtlingskrise? Wohnungsfrage! Warum 2016 das Jahr der Architekten werden könnte – Refugee crisis? Home solution!

“Nachdem Sophie Wolfrum, Manuel Herz und besonders Arno Brandlhuber die wahren Ursachen Deutscher Wohnungsnot nicht in der Flüchtlingskrise, […]
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 […]
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
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 […]
26th August 2016

EIN ZUHAUSE AUF 90 X 200 CM – a home on 90×200 cm

“Bis zu zwei Jahre leben Asylsuchende in der Schweiz meist in Mehrbettzimmern ohne jede Rückzugsmöglichkeit. Janina Peter und David Williner entwickelten eine […]
24th August 2016

Lost Cities and Losing oneself in the City

“What if we gave up the wish to contain cities and citizenships? The ambition to welcome newcomers within spaces […]
24th August 2016

Refugees Welcome: ‘Airbnb for asylum seekers’ started by German couple spreads around the world – and the UK could be next

HOME FOR REFUGEES – “We shouldn’t discuss if they are coming – they are coming and they are coming […]
24th August 2016

A side note on the refugee crisis – A menekültügy margójára 2. rész – a FUGA-ban

“We had the possibility to organise an exhibition dealing with the current refugee crisis in Hungary. We tried […]
22nd August 2016

Camp Code – How to navigate a refugee settlement

“These are dense spaces of concrete and asphalt, urban materializations of an ongoing state of emergency.” writes Claudia […]