The FLUGT Refugee Museum of Denmark has officially opened in the town of Oksboel, at the site of the largest refugee camp from World War II. The 1,600-square-meter complex seeks to give voice to displaced people worldwide. The intervention has preserved and reused existing hospital structures, two of few remaining from the original camp. A curving volume has been added, giving the institution an extra 500 square meter. Clad in core-ten steel, it is designed to engage with the historical buildings of red brick and elongated forms, in a way that is welcoming to visitors. Though hermetic on the outside, it presents a warm interior with wood predominating, opening out to a courtyard through glass panels. The north wing contains spaces organized in accordance with the hospital’s original circulation flow, although most of the walls of the rooms were torn down to create larger exhibition galleries. The south wing provides conference rooms, small exhibition halls, and a café.