There are many cemeteries on Dadu Mountain in Taichung. Taichung people have long been used to them, but we have thought about what the experience of people passing away is, and what is the feeling of the "mourning hall", so we avoid it? It is the internal space that causes this. Is it a phenomenon, or are Asians particularly afraid of death?
We chose an open space on Dadu Mountain as our base, facing west, we can watch the ships on the sea and stay away from the hustle and bustle.
Since the funeral home culture in Taiwan is very negative, our goal is to change the space of traditional funeral homes and change people's fear of funeral homes
And integrate into the existing best view of the base.
The process has been used to make the overall space flow, relatives and friends, the most authentic commemorative ceremony, and recall the past.