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Today is the start of Refugee Week, which aims to bring awareness of the millions displaced by conflict or natural disasters. To coincide, we're putting the spotlight on 10 innovative recent design projects that make a positive difference in the lives of refugees. Read more
The United Nations High Commission for Refugees has mothballed 10,000 of IKEA's award-winning refugee shelters over concerns about the product's vulnerability to fire. Read more
fabric canopy --reminiscent of a covered piazza-- would divide the space into eight sectors to serve as a public and organized common area for the refugee camp in ritsona, greeceThe post the maidan tent, a public indoor space for refugee camps appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
using IKEA's flat pack shelters, each building typology would be constructed as new combinations that break up the strict grid imposed for refugee shelters. The post provisional permanence: injecting civic spaces into refugee camps appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
regarded as a military targeting system, mosse's heat sensitive camera captures crisp images from over 30km away, recording the ongoing plight of millions worldwide. The post richard mosse uses military-grade targeting camera to document the refugee crisis appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
with over 30,000 of the modular shelters in use around the world, the time-lapse shows an example of one being built up in 2 minutes.The post watch the award-winning IKEA refugee shelter being assembled appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
we visited 'laundromat' at deitch projects, where the artist's ongoing engagement with the refugee crisis reaches a monumental milestone.The post ai weiwei fills NY gallery with thousands of garments gathered from refugee camps appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Donald Trump Jr. sparked controversy this week by Tweeting a photo of a bowl of Skittles to explain the “Syrian refugee problem.” Now the story has taken a strange new twist: the photographer behind the Skittles photo says that Trump Jr. used the photo without his permission. What’s more, the photographer himself was a refugee.Here’s the Tweet that was posted on Monday:Buz


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