Cemetery space is in short supply in dense metropolitan areas, so designers Yalin Fu & Ihsuan Lin have created plans for the Moshka Tower in Mumbai, India. This interdenominational, greenery-swaddled vertical cemetery encompasses four of Mumbai's major faiths.
From the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat::
Traditional cemeteries take up space that will never be gained back in the future. The Moksha Tower project takes traditional burial methods from four major religions in Mumbai and translates them into an urban context. The tower frees up a significant amount of ground space for the living and provides within it a place of rest for the departed. The tower seeks to meet the needs of the entire burial process for several cultures within the city and create a temporary place of repose in the sky. It also acts as a symbolic link between heaven and earth. For Muslims, it provides areas for funerals and space for garden burial; for Christians, areas for funerals and burial; for Hindus, facilities for cremation and a river to deposit a portion; for Parsis, a tower of silence is located on the roof of the tower.