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German practice Amunt Architekten Martenson und Nagel Theissen have built a pavilion in the park of Düren cemetery. The building serves as a cafe and shelter for people who can encounter with each other, grieve together and exchange memories.
From the architects, “The architecture is derived from the spatial interplay between unity and diversity of the overall space and the three different interior spaces.
The overall space is structured by service volumes defining three different dining and meeting areas. These three intimate spaces for mourning, meeting, thinking and talking are distinctly articulated, simple and yet diverse.”
Photography: Brigida González