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7-steps / Garden burial

7-steps
7-steps

PROBLEM
1.The shortage of urns in Hong Kong
2.Government promotes funeral garden
3.Many use and unsuitable maintenance
4.Too many bone ash lead to the damage of the grass land

THE FACT
- After cremation there are only hard bone will turn to bone ash
- Usually, the mass of a human bone ash equal to 3.5% of original body
- Bone will also decompose but slow because of those inorganic material in it
- Those bone ash are hard to decompose, thus heap up on the lawn.
- Too much mineral back to the soil lead to the death of those grasses
- Ideas came from the Shifting cultivation to reach the sustainable of the lawn for Garden burial

University

Hong Kong Design Institute

Hong Kong Design Institute
Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR China

Design

Hong Kong Design Institute

Hong Kong Design Institute
Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR China