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Crematorium Design and Landscape Concept

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What does it take to plan a cemetery or crematorium design with visual impact?

Our in-house team combines the best of traditional and contemporary design to create a peaceful resting place for the departed and a calming environment for their visitors. Our designs are equally functional and aesthetic, blending seamlessly into the landscape. We partner with tenured architectural firms that agree with our advocacy of environmentally friendly property development.

If you’re looking for personalised crematorium design concepts, you’ve come to the right place. We build sustainable crematoriums with designs based on your original ideas and the proposed budget. Work with our ecosystem of designers, architects and landscapers in designing a place that families and loved ones will always feel comfortable visiting.

Buildings

CDS partners with several architectural firms who each have considerable experience in designing commercially viable crematoria that are imaginative, functional and empathetic with the local landscape.Through precision, craftsmanship and a keen eye for detail, we aim to take crematorium architecture design to new heights.

We work closely with our clients at every stage, using our expertise to help shape and create the initial design brief before undertaking the conceptual design works. Occasionally, we are approached to deliver a crematorium scheme that already has planning approval. In such situations, we endeavour to add value in ways that are sensitive to the existing scheme and within the agreed budget.

The CDS Group continues to push the boundaries of design. We are committed to making future developments carbon neutral in line with the new government guidance and achieve a biodiversity net gain. We help clients achieve this by introducing new electric cremators which can be powered by renewable energy resources, so it produces 95% less carbon dioxide emissions than a gas cremator. In addition, other innovative new initiatives include cemfree cement with 80% lower embodied C02 emissions, plastic roads and recycled plastic drainage solutions, which all help to provide a more sustainable development.

Crematorium Concept Design and Planning

Landscape

Whilst the design of crematoria buildings and ancillary structures play a huge role in the look and feel of a new development, it is the forming, shaping and planting of the surrounding landscape that ensures the building development has real empathy with its environment

CDS work closely with the architect and in-house designers to ensure that the landform around the development creates distinctive spaces and peaceful surroundings. Informed by professionals, they offer contrast, physically and psychologically from the daily hustle and bustle providing environments for reflection and remembrance.

Landscaping brings together contemporary design and traditional style to create beautiful, relaxing spaces, providing visitors with an environment that gives them time and space to connect. Contact CDS for a full crematorium landscape design tailored to your needs.

Crematorium Design and Planning

Interior Design

In conjunction with the visual impact of the crematorium and the framing of the landscape, sympathetic interior design is a key element in the creation of a space where families and friends can reflect and remember loved ones in tranquility.

At CDS we always work closely with our clients and architects to ensure we create modern and innovative spaces where families and loved ones can spend time before, during and after the service. Choose from our range of crematorium design plans crafted with the highest level of care and attention to detail.

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