Our fear and discomfort with death have left crematoriums with segregated, cold and depressing spaces in urban context so far. To change such an underperforming Hindu crematorium into a vital place at Amalsad town in India, d6thD design studio had been commissioned by a private trust. Architects came up with the idea to create a place not limited to fulfill the cremation rituals but to make much-needed valuable public space for daily use in the urban setting. – d6thD design studio | Himanshu Patel
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