Textual content description supplied by the architects. The profitable competitors proposal for the brand new cemetery relies on current qualities of the world – treetops of an aged chestnut alley, horizons of surrounding fields, current cemetery wall, the chapel of St. Wenceslas, and axis of a path resulting in the rocky lookout in the direction of Goat ridges. We outline the cemetery space via buildings, rules, and supplies; dividing the area by a grid of cemetery partitions and paths allows the straightforward progress of the cemetery in keeping with capability wants sooner or later whereas sustaining the overall idea.
The panorama is regulated, but leaving some areas much less outlined, aiming to combine the cemetery gardens within the surrounding fields and meadows over time. By the doorway, a utility home for the cemetery keeper is designed, incorporating public bogs as effectively. New parking spots are outlined.
The chapel of St. Wenceslas is reopened as a non secular shelter for anybody looking for it. The grove behind the chapel is devoted to different burial strategies – putting the ashes by the roots of the bushes or scattering them on the meadow.
Horizontality, destigmatization of the cemetery area, transparency of the cemetery wall, vistas, and integration within the panorama – are the principle themes defining this newly created public area. As part of the project, we collaborate with the graphic designer on the guide of gravestones and orientation system.