An interesting article from The Guardian which explains the difficulties that homeless women have to cope with. Some food for thought for everybody…
Check out the featured projects of Architecture For Humanity, London Chapter, here. Among them, it is The Bermondsey Arts Project, a creative hub led by Crisis, the national charity for single homeless people, working with Bow Arts, the London Community Resource Network and others organisations.
A-Kamp47 is a vertical urban campground project – by architect and artist Stéphane Malka – which seeks to draw attention to housing issues.
“The house shelters day-dreaming,
the house protects the dreamer,
the house allows one to dream in peace. “