Originally designed for Haitians after the 2010 earthquake, the lantern is promoted as an economical off-grid lighting solution for developing countries, disaster situations, or refugee camps. But it is also handy for travelling or outdoor activities.
The team of architects at Catalytic Action designed the playground with the input of the children themselves. The studio engaged with the Syrian refugee children of the Nahreya School through a series of participatory exercises that were aimed at understanding their playing practices and play spaces. The children communicated their desires and requirements through brainstorming, collages and drawing