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Peter Zumthor and Louise Bourgeois designed the Steilneset Memorial  on an island in Norway to commemorate suspected witches who were burned at the stake there in the seventeenth century. The installation by Bourgeois, entitled The Damned, The Possessed and The Beloved, occupies the smoked-glass-clad second structure.

This memorial by Peter Zumthor commemorates suspected witches burned at the stake in century Norway

Taking Leave: Crematorium in Amiens - DETAIL-online.com - the portal for architecture

Curvaceous concrete crematorium by Plan 01 offers "dignified and serene setting" for mourners

Gallery of Crematorium / Architectural Bureau G.Natkevicius & Partners - 2

Gallery of Crematorium / Architectural Bureau G.Natkevicius & Partners - 2

This is the first crematorium in Lithuania. The idea to build a crematorium was born in the interwar period, but at that time only furnace to reduce medical .

Architecture = repetition. The Palazzo delle Civilta Italiana by Giovanni Guerrini, Ernesto Bruno La Padula and Mario Romano (1938-43) by German photographer Hagen Stier.

The Palazzo delle Civilta Italiana by Giovanni Guerrini, Ernesto Bruno La Padula and Mario Romano by German photographer Hagen architecture environments

Gallery of Front Building of Chliriethalle / Frei + Saarinen Architekten - 8

Gallery of Front Building of Chliriethalle / Frei + Saarinen Architekten - 8

From Frei + Saarinen Architekten (Switzerland): Community hall in Oberglatt / Switzerland

"Peaceful and neutral" mortuary completed by Raul Sousa Cardoso and Graça Vaz

"Peaceful and neutral" mortuary by Raul Sousa Cardoso and Graça Vaz

Perforated concrete blocks create patterns of light and shadow inside this mortuary in the Portuguese village of Vila Caiz / architects Raul Sousa Cardoso and Graça Vaz

A square wall with a bell in one corner fronts this chapel for a spiritual retreat in Virginia by Dynerman Architects

University chapel hides its true form behind a square wall

University chapel by Dynerman Architects hides its true form behind a square wall

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Entrance Pavilion Cemetery by Hansteerds Architectuur

The Cross-Gate by Ivo Pavlik: Called The Cross-Gate, the structure in Dukovany stands at the end of a path leading from a cemetery, in front of a tree.

Architect Ivo Pavlik created this gateway overlooking a nuclear power station in the Czech Republic by casting concrete between hay bales then setting them on fire.

Overlapping cylinders make up this crematorium in northern France.

Plan 01's crematorium is covered in ribbed concrete and glass

Completed in 2015 in Amiens, France. Images by Takuji Shimmura. After having completed the Rennes crematorium, Plan 01 has continued to discuss a project which involves the architect in the most sensitive and rich.

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Chapel of St. Lawrence by Avanto Architects, Helsinki. Avanto Architects have designed this whitewashed funeral chapel with a copper roof in Vantaa, Finland.

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Roman Villa by Marte.Marte Architects A sculpture planted between the remnants of two different house types, helping make the excavation site a landmark.

This pair of pavilions mark the entrance to a cemetery in the city of Blankenberge, Belgium.

Entrance Pavilion Cemetery Blankenberge by Hansteerds Architectuur

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