The Refugee City
The exponential growth and inauguration of refugees around the world transform the connotation of the temporary perception.
New cities build by refugees occur around the globe in exiled locations with scarce connections to the existing population for ten, twenty or even forty years. Generations are born, living and working in camps with no external contact. Poor conditions in the camps demoralise refugees to take part in the new beginning.This research addresses the refugee camp, “Dara Shakran”, as an evolving city. A city, which should have been developed with the mindset for the future. The isolated attribute of the city is embraced. Solutions on generating energy, reusing waste, building with local materials are the first steps to the creation of the off- the-grid city.