Unsupported browser

You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

Sign up for an Award

Participate with your entry in one of our professional or student awards.

Sign up for an award

Sign up for a Profile

Create your own profile and publish it in the iF WORLD DESIGN GUIDE.

Sign up for a profile

Learn more:

iF SOCIAL IMPACT PRIZE (free of charge)

Present your project for free and win your share of EUR 50,000 in prize money.

Publish your project

Cloud in Heaven / Cinerary casket

Cloud in Heaven
Cloud in Heaven

The best destiny for the dead is riding a cloud to the heaven. “Mum, where has granny gone?” Seeing the cloud-shaped cinerary casket, the kid asked. “She has gone up into clouds and lived forever there in the heaven.” Mum’s romantic account will start a trip down the memory lane. Hereby, something heavy and taboo would turn soothing and warm. Thus, the notion of death has changed.
The cloud-shaped casket has softly suggested cremation, which transforms love to the dead into the love of the environment. Under the scarcity of land resources, cinerary caskets do good to the use of the land.

University

GuangZhou Academy Of Fine Arts

GuangZhou Academy Of Fine Arts
Guangzhou, China

Design

LKK Group

LKK Group
Beijing, China

Wanli Yang