Organic Burial Pods Turn Cemeteries Into Sacred Forests

Organic Burial Pods Turn Cemeteries Into Sacred Forests

Egg-shaped biodegradable containers offer a refreshing alternative to coffins

Azalea Pena
  • 5 february 2016

Imagine being able to continue caring for a loved one that has passed away—would that make grieving an easier process? Another good question to ask is, would this help in keeping the legacy of your loved one alive? Capsula Mundi is a burial alternative where the deceased is placed inside an organic burial pod. Designed by Italian designers Anna Citelli and Raoul Bretzel, the end goal is to turn cemeteries into sacred forests.

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