The lighthouse depicts a sense of sadness and depression, as they are rarely used, only a few remain there who are workers, and they can only listen to the sea and live in a darker state. Adrian Lavat Hernandez, with his Mages Dystopian, raises the question to this perception.
The reason why they are not properly designed is that they are visible from afar and mostly act as a landmark for people to know that part of the earth is nearby if they follow the light. The forms are mostly limited, the light from above and the hanging bell.
Cuban graphic designer Adrian Lavat Hernandez illustrates a structure with a deserted landscape made in black and white, and added a new illuminated detail from above, which looks like a golden lighthouse of light.
Adrian claims that he “is destined to never be happy, isolated beings on earth, without attachment to life.”
Lighthouses are spaces that can also improve the terrain, making it attractive visually, and also increase the curiosity of people who want to come to it.
The following is an example of the development of the design of the project:
He also created a series of fictional architecture, where he asks questions about where architecture is today. In his opinion, this discipline creates objects that are knowingly dead, without foundation or foundation, in addition to philosophy, discourse and theory. He argues that topics that are not necessarily related to architecture are used, and those that are inherently related to the profession are slowly and infinitely forgotten.