16.6.2016

“Home made”: Part of the contribution for the Austrian Pavilion in Venice 2016

280 refugees placed in an abandoned property in Vienna which supposed to be a temporary Refugee Camp. Caramel tried to create in the formerly open space offices the best possibility of privacy and cosiness.

They managed it for only 50€ per person and it took only 5 min for each accommodation to build up. Made from low-priced ready-made products like sun umbrellas, construction site fence pedestal, electro and wastewater pipes, curtain fabrics, cable fixer, clamp lights and extended electric sockets Caramel developed together with the refugees spatial structures as prototypes usable also in all kinds of abandoned properties. In the first field-tested Camp in Vienna, children, families and young men living communities took immediately possession of the new accommodation and organized themselves at the same time to create more units. Right away competent persons began to stitch more curtains with the provided sewing machines and panel of fabrics and also to build up the umbrella structures. The formerly open space offices with folding cots, side by side, turned into a liveable structures with the possibility of retreat and privacy.

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