With lack of plots and increasing demand for cremation, Dome reimagines the traditional cremation urn, in an effort to better suit the modern-day home.
Taking its name from the Latin word “domus” meaning “house”, the Dome urn was inspired by long-standing symbolic and architectural traditions associated with dome structures.
The Dome aims to change the perception that cremation urns only belong in mausoleums or columbaria. The Dome urn shows the type of moving experience one can have with cremated remains when given the right type of thoughtful design.
The vacant space between the exterior of the urn and the interior of the glass feels like a contained spiritual atmosphere.
In its final assembled state, the interior marble container can be seen as a ghost-like silhouette through the painted glass, which results in a powerful sensation of presence inside of the dome.
Gaze table is an object free in its movement, demonstrating a new expression from every angle. It invites us to observe, whilst its soft reflective nature relates to other elements that build the landscape of our daily domesticity.