Site II – Transitory
The second site has a linear character and is located at the crossing between a polluted river that flows into the agricultural fields and the highway, thus marking a point of transition. The ground is planted with trees as it is part of the greenifying plan along the highway.
In figure 19 one can see the washing machine that is developed to efficiently wash bodies according to the traditional stages of ablution. The process is organized in a linear way (fig. 21), similar to an automated carwash system.
Source: Ghusl with a mechanized devise, photograph, IRNA, October 24, 2018. https://www.irna.ir/
A. Meghdari et al., ‘Conceptual Design and Simulation of a Semi-Automatic Cell for the Washing and Preparation of a Corpse Prior to an Islamic Burial’, International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, 21 July 2011.[/inmargin]