"Lights of Non-Existing Spaces" is a collection of architectural
visualisations produced during last 2 years, while working in a design
studio. However, presented in abstruse form using the abstract play of
light and geometry. These are projects that will never be realized and
thus are doomed for oblivion. Nevertheless it seems worthy to consider
their impact on reality. A multitude of virtual studies that are
spread out in the internet effect in a creation of certain trends in
design which affect physical side of an architecture. In the end we
can observe both realities penetrate each other giving unique results.
"Lights of Non-Existing Spaces" is also a project questioning the way
of presenting architectural projects nowadays. Are the hyperrealistic
visualisations, that in theory are suppossed to show reality, not as
artificial as a TV advertisement? Isn't the simple linear drawing more
honest form? On the other hand though why supress artistical
expression and not think about visualising architectural projects in a
form of abstract graphical impression?