Above all, it can be interpreted in many philosophical, religious or cultural ways. Completely non-denominational and easily accessible to all, the crematorium rises up, solemn and imposing. The references to daily life vanish, creating a singular experience where orthogonality does not rule any more. This layout is also a reaction against monumental architecture. Unlike a mausoleum, the crematorium does not overwhelm users and nature. The two ceremonial rooms are large circular spaces with dedicated patios that bring light and air. This special layout design reconciles the contradictory need for openness and intimacy. Each room is complemented by draperies that enhance the acoustic characteristics. Please visit Plano 1 site for more information.