- New European Bauhaus
- 1 July 2022
- 30 November 2022
- Warsaw University of Technology
- 15 000€ and additional 15 000€ funding as the activities supported refugees in Ukraine
The Modular Refugee Settlement Project (ProModSe) consisted on the preparation of a place to live for people forced to leave their homes due to the war in Ukraine. The prototype settlement for the refugee population in Lviv, Ukraine, took into account the needs of families and single people, creating communities and quality housing and environments. The aim was to develop a method for the rapid construction of a settlement for approximately 3,500 people, including social infrastructure, based on replicable elements at micro, mezzo, and macro scales. The development of the design included optimal housing – segments (micro); functional quarter (mezzo); and settlement layouts with universal principles, and integration into the city structure (macro).
An important element of the activities was to ensure an appropriate standard of living for each of the three scales. For this purpose, both the segments themselves and the quarterly system were developed with the appropriate size and quality parameters. Inhabitants were also provided with the appropriate social infrastructure. The area of seven hectares designated for this purpose is in Ukraine, on the outskirts of the city of Lviv, Ryasne-2 district, Velychkovsky st. The location is in line with the general city policy related to the creation of satellite housing estates located in the suburban area connected by the rail network.