Ukrainian architects design modular housing solution for displaced people


The modular and temporary housing system "RE:Ukraine" by Balbek Bureau. Photo: AFP

The Ukrainian architecture firm Balbek Bureau has come up with a rapid response to the humanitarian crisis the country is experiencing as a result of war.

Today, just over 12 million Ukrainians have been forced to flee their homes since Feb 24, according to United Nations data, and more than half of them remain inside the country.

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