Adaptive and collective living
Wars and chaos in various areas in the world contribute to a growing number of refugees and asylum seekers. Even if Australia has accepted large number of refugees, it still needs to play a more active role in solving this world issue.
The majority of refugees have difficulty in renting or owning a home, or even finding an accommodation with necessary accesses to amenities, which will cause other social issues. How can we design housing that can not only provide refugees necessary accommodation but also facilitates their transition? How can architecture become part of solutions to these social issues?