In the town of Zug, Switzerland, you can find this beautiful funeral chapel designed by Burkard Meyer.
The new building of the cemetery separates the public areaswhich are on a lower level from the service spaces of the upper level. The public spaces have wide glazings oriented on the landscape and on the adjacent entrance yard.
Leon City Funeral Chapel byBAAS Arquitectes
The Funeral Chapel is located Leon, Spain, in front of a large green area and close to a residential neighborhood. To integrate the building into the natural environment,BAASArquitectes decided to bury it under a pond of water.
The waiting room opens to a large slope of ivy and birch, and is characterized with varnished wood, carpets and large indirect lighting to enhancetheir comfortable appearance. The rooms are naturally illuminated through some courtyards with water that gives privacy to the family.
N. J. Ford & Sons Funeral Home
The Hamil Family Funeral Home is somewhat of a new beginning to a longtime heritage of funeral service to Abilene. The family first began in the funeralbusiness in 1933. The Hamil's legacy, beginning with the Elliott's to John and Jo Ann Hamil and now continuing with Robert and Karla Hamil, is to serve families in their time of need.
Centrefunéraire régional à Nyon / Switzerland by Aeby & Perneger
The Geneva based Aeby & Perneger Architects realised this funeral center in Nyon, a small town on the Lake Geneva.
“The simple building issituated at the entrance to the village Nyon at the edge of the cemetery and is firmly anchored in its surrounding wall. The building offers two connected public spaces, each with different passages andcrossings. The first is for the cemetery administration, while the other is for users of the chapel hall and wake rooms. Seen from the outside, the building resembles a compact ground-level solitary...