Massive population movements are not a modern circumstance but a recurring phenomenon that occurs when some conditions are favorable. The case of an acute socio-political situation, economic crisis and the most extreme cases of war (as it happens nowadays) or a dictatorship are the most common causes of resorting to asylum and migration to other countries.
As we observe this happening, we see thousands of people to be pushed to their limits without decent living conditions, and small provinces bear burdens disproportionate to their size.
From the architectural point of view, this is certainly a situation that cannot be ignored, and a challenge for effective planning of settlements which has to meet the basic needs of these people, giving them the opportunity for more ownership and adaptation to their individual needs over time.
As a result of a cognitive process that addresses all these needs, is to create a method capable to be adapted in many different sites and environments, and developed in different scales. Basic proposal of the specific diploma project is a settlement for 250 refugees and immigrants, with 56 homes for families and individuals. The proportion between the two cases of the proposal has been calculated based on statistical data.
They have been examined in depth, the room, the house and the complex as a whole, and been created some variations of the basic proposal, one of which meets the needs of 1000 persons, including further examination