The COVID-19 crisis that is intimidating the globe today has overwhelmed human society including architects. The crisis has nakedly exposed the dilemma around the architecture profession; some see the profession that needs support for recovery, while others perceive this creative practice as a means to support recovery. Further, some perceive it as our compulsory, not complementary, responsibility to eject a thoughtful, architecturally conceived solution that can act as a consequential weapon of our competence to intervene in the war between humans and the pandemic disorder. Reflecting on this view, we called for an idea submission for the Makeshift Isolation Unit & Treatment Facility. Based on the responses, we've made a shortlist of ideas for sharing with our readers.