The port city of Calais has become home to a number of refugee camps that have become known as “the Jungle.” In attempt to help the children who live in “the Jungle,” a group of architecture students, known as Tak Tak Tak, launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for the Calais Kids Space, a safe and comfortable flat-pack structure for children. The flat-pack timber frame would be made with landfill-bound materials wherever possible and prefabricated offsite. The designers say the space should be big enough to hold up to 70 people and be flexible in its day-to-day use. To help make Calais Kids Space a reality, head over to Tak Tak Tak’s crowdfunding page.

+ Calais Kids Space


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