Architecture is the bridge that brings memory as the intangible into physical being. This project explores remembrance architectures' potential in aiding the process of relieving grief without symbolism and metaphor. In the context of the natural disaster how can architecture of remembrance relieve the grief of survivors while providing an experience of memorial spaces beyond the simple representation of figures and monuments? The project proposes to create a series of micro-architectural memorials that implement the inverse experience of the disaster to create an opposing atmosphere. The project utilises exposure strategy by abstractly simulating the elements of five natural disasters to assist in relieving grief and trauma. To further allow reciprocity between users and follies, these memorials become a space of dual-function by facilitating various events specific to each of the folly's spatial typology.