Zurich’s Sihlfeld cemetery, built in 1877, marks an important space for the city and its inhabitants. Transcending its function as a place for remembrance and mourning, it has become an urban refuge from the tumult of the everyday. As you enter, sound of crackling gravel follows your path through beautiful landscaping and rows of marble riddled with names, dates, and symbols.
Translating this experience, we propose a digital refuge. A world for wandering, resting and leaving a mark in time and space.