Never-never land is the re-interpretation of the notion of sacred in interior design. It concludes by initiating a conversation about looking at sacred spaces from a non-identical perspective. Instead of focusing on or asking what sacrality is, never-never land investigates the politics of sacrality, in the chosen context. The future focuses on the politics of sacred space, a space open for individual and collective interpretation and not confined by the boundaries of religion. Looking at today’s scenarios, this thesis postulates that 70% of the world population will be atheists by the year 2070. Never-never land will act as a confined place of finality, for people not associated with any or every religion.
The concept of creating a monument in the landscape, exploring sacrality by making a journey, and imagining the project as a place of final destination. A sense of finality is what we feel after we have achieved something, majorly associated with completing a monumental task. This project aims to achieve a similar feeling, where people will use religion as a sense of only mental escape in the coming future.