In 2015, a total of 441.899 applications for asylum has been filed in Germany. Simultaneously 924 violent attempts on refugee accommodations took place in entire federal territories. A continuously growing threat that is governed and driven by the media. For now, the press of arrivals won-t stop, therefore, the support of Central European countries is in high demand. Not only governments are in obligation to provide help, but planners like us can contribute to the solution of this international problem. From an architectural perspective, what can be done to provide those seeking for protection with a new, safe home? How can refugees be integrated into existing architectural structures? Integration, as opposed to isolation, is the main subject-matter of this thesis. It is attempted to create various concepts for accommodating refugees well within the invigorated inner city rather that the outskirts of town. Through various structural strategies, a junction of human beings with different backgrounds is achieved, resulting in a feeling of togetherness that can be used as a positive example for the environment, the district, the city, and the region.