The replacement Oberriet cemetery building was relocated in the site before its construction, to enhance its spatial relation to the Chapel and the complex as a whole. Designing the building with interfaith use in mind, St. Gallen-based architect Munz implemented a minimal expression of architecture and design. The structure and interior elements present simple parallel and perpendicular lines, finished with a granulated concrete facade and all-over wood paneling on inside ceilings and walls. Throughout the building, the use of off-white paint and light wood tones create a warm and peaceful environment. This contrast in materiality guides visitors through the connected spaces, and built-in benches in the outside area establish an area for rest and reflection.