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Vertical Cemetery is a Greenery Clad Final Resting Place for Mumbai

What if a traditional cemetery could be made vertical, saving acres of valuable ground space which could be used for parks and other public space, while still giving our loved ones a beautiful, peaceful place to rest?

What if a traditional cemetery could be made vertical, saving acres of valuable ground space which could be used for parks and other public space, while still giving our loved ones a beautiful, peaceful place to rest? Well that's exactly what Moksha Tower hopes to accomplish for the city of Mumbai, India, which has very little space as it is - even for the living. Designed by Yalin Fu & Ihsuan Lin, the majestic skyscraper would cater to the burial needs of the four major cultures/religions represented in the community (Hindu, Muslim, Christian and Parsi), while freeing up much needed ground space and introducing new areas of greenery into the city to help absorb CO2.























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Тематики: Vertical CemeteryMumbai

12.12.2016