Article source: RENESA ARCHITECTURE DESIGN INTERIORS
Death is unknown and it is final. The rituals of death and the spaces they are conducted in, have a deep significance to the living as well as the dead. For it is through these rituals and these spaces that the rare intersection of life and death takes place, where the living are forced to encounter and contemplate the mortality and fragility of life while simultaneously putting them in touch with the sublime of the absolute. These spaces and rituals are thus, simultaneously for the living and dead, public yet intimately private and personal.
- Architects: RENESA ARCHITECTURE DESIGN INTERIORS
- Project: The Shadow Spaces: The Invisible Sacred Landscapes in Indian Crematoriums
- Location: Delhi, India