The present work deals with dying and inpatient palliative care. An insight into history and todays society should show how to deal with dying and death. It is about designing a hospice with an integral concept for accompanying dying people and their relatives: For 24 terminally ill people, their last living space is created in two residential groups. On the one hand, this preserves privacy through single rooms, and on the other hand promotes social integration with living and dining rooms shared within the residential group as well as the location of the hospice to the center. Additional family rooms allow family members to be with their loved ones around the clock. The concrete base - reminding of the previous ruined building - forms the solid base, which is interrupted by lighter wooden constructions. This creates the connection to the usable roof landscape to make the stay as varied and qualitative as possible for both, patients and visitors.