Two industrial designers have come up with a way for people to continue living after they have passed away. Roger and Gerard Moliné have created Bios urn and Bios Incube, a system using cremated remains, soil, and seedlings to grow a tree. The casing is made of coconuts shells, cellulose, and peat. The human remains work as fertilizer. A person can choose what type of tree or plant they wish to grow into. “Bios Urn transforms the burial ritual in a regeneration and return to life through nature. As a result, cemeteries become forests,” explains Moline.
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