B4_#039 // The Tomb // Ness Lafoy
With rapidly advancing technology and population growth, older societal values such as
nostalgia and spatial ownership must adapt. This drawing imagines a virtual tomb. Before death, humans are scanned and the data placed in a library which can be accessed after death in virtual reality. Rather than renting a physical space in the ground of a graveyard, time spent with deceased loved ones is rented and spent in the virtual world in any physical location.
Ness Lafoy is a M.Arch student at the Bartlett School of Architecture