Architects: Marco Facchinetti, Marco Dellavalle, Lorenzo Bartoletti
Category: Urban planning
City: Melzo (MI)
Client: Municipality of Melzo
Tags: Urban Planning, Cemetery plan
The Municipal Cemetery Plan (PCC) is a tool with which municipal administrations manage and plan the activities of the cemetery in order to respond to burial necessities of their population and of those who have the pertaining rights, in the time span of the following twenty years from the approval of the plans.
For Melzo, a demographic analysis and the study of the average mortality trend of the past ten years were carried out, in order to estimate the average deaths which will take place for the duration of the plan and thus manage the spaces in accordance with the collected data. In relation to the historical mortality within the municipality, the different types of burial must be taken into consideration as well, with the relative different needs. The data shows that it isn’t necessary to expand the existing cemetery, and the project provides therefore a rationalization of the internal spaces, through:
4. the preparation of water and sanitary systems, also for the “Giardino del Ricordo.”