By presenting three models from his opus, Dialogues on Emerging Realities and Shaping Tomorrow, the author addresses global issues of the present while offering stimulating insights into energy crises, the value of life, non-anthropocentric relationships with animals and other life forms, as well as the synthesis of art, architecture, and mechanical design in the creation of potential futures. The first two models use the energy crisis as a starting point and present alternative scenarios and potential solutions to the crisis. The viewer is invited to contemplate the necessity of utilizing renewable energy sources and the role of art in shaping our comprehension of energy consumption and production. The third model symbolizes the Cathedrals of Freedom, where the artist ponders the value of life and our interconnectedness with other beings. By combining artistic expression and technological innovation, Zoran Srdić Janežič explores non-anthropocentric relationships and challenges conventional notions of human superiority. He focuses on the visionary design of a new dovecote. Doves, often an emblem of freedom and communication, serve as a representation of this exploration. By reimagining the dovecote's architecture, the artist introduces an inventive and harmonious habitat for doves, showing possibilities for coexistence and mutual respect between humans and nature.