refugee, urban and individual, community forming, house, permanence, impermanence, shelter, refugee camp, urban, indingenous people
Architecture | Cultural Resource Management and Policy Analysis | Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Upon completion of my research I will design a system that allows the
flexibility needed by the people as well as the control the government
and NGO’s are responsible for providing. I will focus on the way playing
with the relevant scale can help to bridge the gap between indi
and group. Special configuration is a key component in forming
communal spaces. The integration of these spaces on every scale is
fundamental to achieving success. Issues of permanence can be addressed
though alternative building methodologies, and the lessons
learned from indigenous people.
Slater, Julia, "Urban Systems of the Refugee Camp" (2014). Architecture Thesis Prep. 272.
Syracuse School of Architecture Thesis Prep
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