Installation: bamboo, giant cane (arundo donax), t-shirts, and string, 7,80 x 3,70 x 3,50 m. Museo Pecci, Prato, Italy 2014. This refuge was designed and realized in collaboration with children from the middle school of Prato. During this week-long lab, we first designed and formed small clay models that served as a guide for the full-sized structure that we then constructed in a small plaza in Prato. We built the refuge as a tactic of resistance, as a possibility to take part in reimagining the urban space, where design and architecture become a horizontal practice. The lightness of the refuge served in opposition to the immovable structure of a city, where the precariousness of a shelter suggests possibility of change and transformation rather than immutability.