Together we built community spaces
Lesbos, Greece 2015.
In July 2015, Narda Beunders (the founder) saw with her own eyes the miserable circumstances that refugees are faced with when arriving on the Greek island of Lesbos. In order to contribute to a more humane arrival and stay for these displaced persons, Beunders built a community space.
Kavala, Greece 2016.
In July 2016, Roof for Humanity started a new project at the mainland of Greece, in Kavala, to provide a communal space for the women and children of the camp community.
Venice, architecture biennale 2016
Rising awareness and starting a dialogue about humanitarian architecture at the Venice Biennale of Architecture. In collaboration with Re-Vestlife, a Roof for Humanity launched a fundraising campaign, by building temporary community spaces in Venice.
'Tangible abstraction', a photo exhibition of our event in Venice.
All revenues go to help us build shelters at places where needed.
Buy a picture of the photo exhibition 'Tangible abstraction' by Melissa Arras, February 2017 at gallery Kryon. Photo's of Roof for Humanity's event at the Venice Architecture Biennale.