# Palestine /// The architectural dilemma of the refugee camp


A few days ago, the New York Times exceptionally published an interesting article about Palestine entitled “Refugees Reshape Their Camp at the Risk of Feeling at Home” (Michael Kimmelman, Sept 6, 2014). This article describes the dialogue between the Palestinian refugees living in the camp of Fawwar near Hebron and architects Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti, well known on this blog to be the founders (with Eyal Weizman) ofDecolonizing Architecture — something that the NYT failed to introduce, probably considering that it was too “political.”  Continues at thefunambulist.net