As the existing capacities of Požega cemetery had been used with no possibility to expand, a new cemetery was built on the plain in the southern part of the city. Located in a field barred by rounded, tape-like walls that form a chapel, a hall, a mortuary and some additional functional spaces; at the same time they also separate the cemetery space from the field and form the main entrance. With the rounded wall geometry, the size of the complex and the usage of the overbaked clay bricks, which is often considered as a disposable material and it therefore carries a certain patina, the cemetery fits suitably into the environment, giving us the impression that it has always been there.
The interior is calm, without unnecessary furnishing, the combination of materials creates a space that is warm and spiritual. The bare bricks dominate the view, combined with unfurnished granite floors, wooden surfaces and furniture made out of Slavonian oak.