From Refugee Camp to Resilient City: Zaatari Refugee Camp, Jordan
AbstractThis project is about how architecture can transform a refugee camp into a child friendly city designed around existing social networks. The vision is to respond to the refugee crisis with long-term resilient solutions rather than reactionary ones.
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