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Graduation Project 2011-2012, ITT Israel

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SOCIAL INFASTRUCTURE_REFUGEES in SOUTH TEL AVIV REFUGEES isolated refugee camps

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WHAT? The conflict zone created by refugees “invasion� to big western cities. The iconic image of refugees is row upon row of white tents in a sprawling emergency camp, But the reality is that only half of the world's 10.5 million refugees now live in camps. Like 3.3 billion other people on Earth, they have been steadily moving to cities and towns, a trend that has accelerated since the 1950s. More than half the refugees UNHCR serves now live in urban areas. Unlike a closed camp, cities present obvious opportunities to stay anonymous, make money, and build a better future. the refugees who occupy the city relm are in fierce compitition with the local communities for space and money. the refugees endure harsh living conditions within the city and are usually based in offgrid parts of it. How can we create win win situations for both strugling refugees community and the city itself ?

WHY?

Burning Issue in Israel today and most lightly for years to come. humanitarian Injustice is taking place. an opportunity for a new type of urban renewal is lurking by...

HOW?

Creating an infrastructure based on programme Sequence analysis. Understanding the conflicting\ identical Needs of both the city and its refugees. Inserting reinforcing Seismic system into a run down area, neglected for decades. The same infrastructure will assist the refugees in the short term (?). According to this logic more infrastructures will be developed and embedded Into the existing inner blocks and public spaces.


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