Collective Mourning offers an alternate path to travel after death. Through spatial design, it questions how we can see and interact with death more. This is discussed through the site of the Old Melbourne Cemetery existing beneath the current Queen Victoria Markets. Spaces are created to facilitate goodbyes to those loved and lost, as well as spaces to deal with the grief of death. This all happens alongside a new proposed process for dealing with dead bodies. This process defines much of the design while allowing new rituals to be born and also providing solutions to current issues surrounding death such as space and pollution. The usual planes of life and death are inverted throughout the design. Concentric circles exist on site to remind users their mark left of this earth flows on through the lives of the living. On the site of Collective Mourning death and life co-exist through a new process built around loss and restoration.