OVO is divided into three main parts. After assembling, they create a sphere.
The horizontal line cuts it in two, dividing it into two parts: life and death, the sky and the earth, the soul and the body, those who departed and those who remained.
After closing and sealing the lid of the biodegradable container for ashes, it is ready to be put in the ground. The hollow in the lid is a place where a sapling or a seed
is placed. Thanks to that, the ashes become the substrate for the newly planted tree.
The ceramic hemisphere constitutes a container with an individual inscription commemorating the departed. It can also serve as a memory capsule being
a container for mementoes reminding us of the deceased.
OVO / MALA biodegradable urns
The collection of the OVO / MALA urns
is a response to the changing approach to the issue of bidding farewell to the dead and how we remember them. It allows us to link the “green” burial with a traditional form
We are born, we live, we die, a new life arises on our ashes - the circle closes. The ceramic sphere stays with the living ones as a memory of the loved ones. The ashes placed
in a biodegradable urn, buried in the ground are the base for a new life.
Cemeteries without massive tombstones but full of trees. Parks of memory as places of reverie and silence where each tree has its own story and its own soul. The urns have been designed in such a way as to allow the living ones to take the opportunity of a final decision. The OVO and MALA may act as a traditional urn at any time, and when the mourners are already ready for it, it would allow them to make an ecological burial.