Based on the Australian Refugee Council, NSW host the largest number of refugee entrants that resettled in Australia with a population of 5977 on March 2020. It’s not their choice to be a refugee, but being a refugee is the only option. It might be impossible to give their life back, but we can at least help to break the barrier between us and them to ease their journey towards resettlement. By connecting. Upon arrival in Australia, they will be under the Humanitarian Settlement Program (HSP) that will be delivered by Settlement Services International (SSI). HSP is a program design to help refugee entrants build skills and knowledge to become self-reliant and active in the community. How can architecture help to ease their journey towards resettlement using ‘connecting’ as a medium? First, a medium that connects the dots between newcomers, SSI and HSP to ensure the program delivered effectively. Second, a medium that helps refugee breaking their barrier and form connection not only with one person but also in different scales. From small to medium to large or even to a global scale. That is The Cocoon. Abstractly, The Cocoon works like ‘pupa’ in the life cycle of the butterfly where the larval structures are broken down and adult structures started to form.