The centre accommodates a lighthouse with air navigation lights constructed for the international film forum Arsenāls in 2000. The lighthouse has 64 mailboxes for correspondence with cinema pioneers, and there are postcards for sale.
A giant table for the spirits of old filmmakers is a very recent environmental installation. The 6m high table is a perfect match to the surroundings. The table was unveiled at an extravagant ceremony of the film festival Arsenāls in 2006.
A screen made of reeds by Tālis Sala burnt down, and with Fiodor Chaliapin singing in the background a grandiose construction was presented to the local public and foreign guests – a table with two chairs, with an in-built stylised porthole built in the back of one chair. The construction was carried out by architectural office Norde & Sarma and Kalnozols Construction Ltd.
The in-built stairs can transform the table into a fitting vantage platform. Or it can be used for discussions and joint meditation sessions with the grandest spirits of film history.