The overall structure and appearance of the Corten-A weathering steel
tomb contains two meanings: like a tear, and like a question mark. The Huge injustice case is an incident that has been concerned by people from all walks of life for more than eighteen years. Expressing doubt is the original intention of our design. Turning into a tear is our sadness. Using the relationship established by the site and the curve, Corten-A weathering steel building
has formed It looks like a question mark and a tear.
The outline of the Corten-A weathering steel tomb is strung by a clue, and then turned into a circle, which means completeness. The outer contour of corten steel carries memory and maintains a natural state. Color and texture change over time, thereby visualizing an uncapable concept such as time, and guarding the Corten-A weathering steel tombstone with warm colors. The epitome of this history.
The three colors of stone surrounding the Corten-A weathering steel tombstone imply three rights: public, prosecution, and law. The outermost steel plate engraved with the content of the event and the voices of all sectors of society expresses the rights of the fourth party, the news, and the public.
In order to show respect for the deceased and the Mongolian nation, the designer reserved a space for public participation. On the periphery of the Corten-A weathering steel cemetery, a unique Mongolian way of praying was adopted. Stones are placed around the stone, just like offering stones to Aobao, so that Aobao is used as a way to pray.
In other words, everyone who visits the Hugue cemetery and mourns the Huguejiltu can bring a stone from the outside and place it outside the wall of the Corten-A weather-resistant steel
Hugue cemetery, which will public voice , Thoughts, and wishes are presented in the form of Ao Bao.