私人墓碑设计:透明的隔离 Transparent Barrier

作品获得“DESIGN FOR DEATH ARCHITECTURE”国际竞赛优秀奖


设计的灵感来源于中国民间传说《梁山伯与祝英台》的中“合墓化蝶”象征性意向的回应。我们选择了进入墓碑的方式。为逝者、也为前来吊唁的人塑造一个既相对隔离,又与现实世界相互遥望的空间,通过进入的方式完成沟通与纪念。是碑,亦是空间。

我们通过透明玻璃材质的使用,创造出接近无的有的空间体验。透明,亦是不回避的,在设计并没有将逝者沟通刻意隐藏,而是平静的呈现。
 
私人墓碑设计:透明的隔离 Transparent Barrier


This project is built for a chinese female Buddhist who committed suicide after long suffered from depression. She had problem expressing her feelings. Communication barrier was a huge gap between her and this world. This barrier was not seen, but felt.
 In Buddhism, the suicides cannot return to Samsara. We hope to bless the soul of the deceased through the Rebirth in Pureland Mantra and may her rest in peace.
 This is an accessible memorial. The glass enclosure carving with Rebirth in Pureland Mantra provides a unique private space for her family to mourn their loss. We try to break the barrier of communication between the deceased and her family by entering the enclosure.
 Our design was inspired by a Chinese folk story, “ The Butterfly Lovers”. In the story, the lovers couldn’t be together when they were both alive. After the boy passed away, the girl descended in bitter despair and begged for the grave to open. Suddenly, the grave opened with a clap of thunder. She threw herself into the grave. Their souls turned into a pair of beautiful butterflies and emerged from the grave.

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