The San Cataldo Cemetery was built around 1978. This building was built on a previous cemetery which was made by the architect Cesare Costa which was carried out from 1858 to 1876. It contained a good amount of engraved statutes and tombstones. Rossi believed in typologies, which are translations of the past. He combined ideas from the Costa and Jewish cemeteries to design the San Cataldo Cemetery. The building is an all orange colored building. Rossi used a bounding wall similar to the one in the Costa Cemetery. The concept of a series of buildings terminating on a funeral structure is morphed into Rossi’s design as well. This cemetery has no roof, floors, windows, or doors. Instead it has openings for light, others for views, access, and containment of cremated bodies. Many think the building is ugly and depressing.