Washington was the first US state to legalize human composting, Dezeen writes.
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Olson Kundig Studio has developed a center project with an area of 1719 square meters – it will be an open space with a wooden ceiling and roof windows. Between the walls will place special portals with flasks for bodies.
This is the first such project in the world.
In the center of the building there will be a huge hall for holding farewell ceremonies – in the center there will be a wall of plants.
Hall of Farewell to the Dead
Benefits of Composting
Composting consumes eight times less energy than cremation and reduces carbon dioxide emissions. In addition, it is several times cheaper than a traditional funeral.