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Architecture for death
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Ground Floor Plan
Yarauvi is a conceptual nondenominational burial place, re-released by Miró Rivera Architects as founder Juan Miró mourned the death of his tutor, professor Michael Sorkin, from coronavirus.
Architecture for death
Interior Design Career
Interior Design Living Room
Interior Led Lights
Rammed Earth Wall
Rammed Earth Homes
Brick And Wood
Decoration For Ganpati
Brick And Stone
Decorating On A Budget
Interior And Exterior
Floor-to-ceiling glazing surrounding the courtyards ensures this building is amply lit, and frames views of plants and trees from benches positioned by them. As this planting matures it will also act as a sunscreen.
Office Interior Design
Barceló Balanzó Arquitectes wanted this building to act as an extension of the walled graveyard, so enclosed it with ribbed concrete walls. These windowless walls shield from view a pair of rooms and open-air courtyard for the bereaved.
Corduroy-textured walls enclose planted courtyards at this funeral home in Spain's Catalonia region by Barcelona practice Barceló Balanzó Arquitectes.
In Praise Of Shadows
Belgium crematorium with a screen made from strips of weathering steel
Iron-coloured concrete crematorium in Belgium named one of the winners in memorials category at the 2016 A+Awards
The next project in our collaboration with Architizer is a tinted concrete and steel crematorium in Holsbeek, Belgium
Coussée & Goris and RCR Arquitectes use iron-coloured concrete for Belgian crematorium
Concrete and slatted-timber morgue by AE Arquitectos overlooks a Spanish harbour
AE Arquitectos has combined exposed concrete, white render and slatted timber for this morgue in Spain's Asturias principality
Concrete and slatted timber morgue by AE Arquitectos
Lund University students envision Malmö silo transformed into a crematorium
"Vertical cemetery" proposed for disused grain silo in Malmö
How To Plan
Crematorium Amiens sits in a valley surrounded by two hectares of gardens. This helps to hide the chimney of the two cremation furnaces at the rear.
Paris-based collective Plan 01 used repeating circular motifs to create a funeral space in the city of Amiens.
This crematorium was designed by a collective of Parisian architects with walls of ribbed concrete and golden-framed glass.