architecture for refugees

18th October 2016

Call for support – Citizen science in a refugee camp

Check the “Citizen science in a refugee camp” – balloon mapping project by Claudia Martinez Mansell! “This project centers […]
14th October 2016

Quik-build refugee ecosystem

CHECK the Quik-build refugee ecosystem project by [architecture and hygiene]
14th October 2016

Refugee Children in Crisis

“They need to be children, they need to get their life back.” Aid agencies say children are the […]
14th October 2016

Walk with me to Berlin

Take a journey with a refugee!
12th October 2016

A COAT THAT TURNS INTO A TENT

GET TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THIS PROJECT! The project is led by professors Harriet Harriss and Graeme Brooker, and […]
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

Open Class – Nabeel Hamdi – Master International Cooperation

Professor Nabeel Hamdi teaching at Master International Cooperation: Sustainable Emergency Architecture (official) WATCH THE VIDEO >>>
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

A family starting a new life far from their home

Lidiia Havrylivna Pisahovych celebrated her 93 birthday in March 2016. But it is the second year in a […]
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 […]
11th October 2016

Map of the camp in Calais – Mapfugees

See the map of the camp in Calais on Mapfugees’s FACEBOOK About MapFugees: “Mission Mapping requires an awareness […]