architecture for refugees

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 […]
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

Mobile Crisis Support Unit

READ about Mobile Crisis Support Unit! “Charity begins at home, but should not stay there. Based in Shropshire, but […]
10th October 2016

The Lotus Flower – Don’t Bulldoze the Calais Jungle

Jungle refugee camp in Calais is still really important! On februar 2016, a huge portion of the Jungle […]
10th October 2016

Neu im Netz – Architektur für Flüchtlinge

Read an articel about ‘Architecture for Refugees’ on GERMAN- ARCHITECTS WEBSITE!
6th October 2016

Map of the Refugee Camp in Calais

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6th October 2016

PLACES FOR PEOPLE / Orte für Menschen

“Due to the refugee crisis, this contribution to the 2016 Architecture Biennale is not limited to the pavilion […]
6th October 2016

Architecture that Matters – Tirana Architecture Weeks

TAW 2016 will become a platform for imagining the role of architecture in the upcoming Europe. Learn more. […]
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 […]
26th September 2016

PUBLICITY – POSTER

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