Sarafand Refugee Camp // 2014
The Sarafand Syrian Refugee Camp is home to around 25 families with children of different ages.
The young children have no space that they can call their own. For that reason, the small leftover spaces, typically around olive trees are transformed from abandoned to little gathering nests that use the existing nets used for agriculture as a medium to define the space. These nets are not fixed to the trees and can be used either as shading areas, small play tents, a shield for the floor and even as a playful item. When hanged on the different branches of the trees, the children can lightly shake the branches of the tree to gather the fresh olives.