350 Yarauvi


Date: July 2020
Designed by: Miró Rivera
Credit: Miró Rivera via dezeen

Yarauvi is a concept for a nondenominational place of burial, inspired by Juan Miró process of grief after losing his tutor, Michael Sorkin, from coronavirus. 

Based in the Dead Sea, “...There is no client and there is no expectation that the project will ever be built. Yarauvi is simply a result of exploring the concept of how architecture might embody ideas about death, tolerance, and reconciliation.”
 


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