Considering the current shortage of burial places in Romania, local councils should revise their attitude towards cemetery planing. Over the last few years, the demand for cremation in Romania has also increased exponentially. Today, cremation is practiced in all parts of the world as a free and rational choice to save the dignity of the deceased, avoiding the ruthless decomposition of the body and to keep up with demands of modern society and environmental hygiene. The existence of a single functional crematorium in Bucharest highlights the need of building a new one, able to absorb regional incineration requirements. The project covered in this book proposes a new regional human crematorium, to be situated within a private multi-confessional cemetery that will be developed on the outskirts of Timisoara, Romania. My work should be of special interest to professionals in Architecture and Urban planing fields, but also to all parties interested on considering designing a crematorium or cemetery.