More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

friend,

Buy a house?

Bought in Metaverse.

At a time when everyone is questioning “Is the real estate industry still viable?”, two well-known real estate companies got together and brought together 6 very expensive artists to start a big project. 

Among these two real estate companies, Alexander Team is the highest-selling residential real estate brokerage team in New York City and Miami, and has a large number of high-end client resources. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The two brothers who founded Alexander Team. Image via: Business Insider

Another real estate company is Everyrealm, which has created the first and most expensive Metaverse real estate NFT ever – Fantasy Islands. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Fantasy Islands. Image via: Medium 

However, the label of “most expensive” may be overturned by this big project. 

The project name The Row hits the name of a New York brand that can be called “minimalist ceiling” – The Row, but what it does has nothing to do with clothing, but a Metaverse architecture . 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The Metaverse construction team built by these 6 artists seems to have recruited different stars with different styles to make combinations and put on variety shows, and each of them can attract a customer group with appetite. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

T he Row’s artist list (preliminary video). Image via: Twitter @Albadlfuente 

In other words, The Row provides 30 building NFTs in 6 different styles that are currently popular, finds land on 26 virtual platforms, and then supports the exclusive community space for The Row members. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Next, let’s team up to “inspect the building” together. 

Metaverse architecture where imagination takes flight

The 30 architectural NFTs actually came from 6 artists who designed 6 buildings and provided 5 colors respectively. 

In the past, building color matching was decided at the very beginning, because different building materials were purchased and processed according to the color matching. Buildings with different colors of the same style rarely appear in the real world. 

But it is different in the digital space of the Metaverse. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Building NFTs that have not yet been “colored” in The Row showroom. Image from: Mona 

The Metaverse has no physical limitations, no weather limitations. There are no limits other than human ingenuity. – Janine Yorio, CEO of Everyrealm 

The 6 artists from The Row team are proving with these 6 buildings that anything is possible if you dare to imagine it. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Robots dancing as soon as they enter the showroom page. Image credit: Mona 

1. Ares House

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

It is Daniel Arsham, who is as versatile as Leonardo da Vinci, who magnifies the statue infinitely into a building. 

He’s made blue basketballs for Tiffany, a pink runway with Dior menswear, and a purple helmet for racing driver Lewis Hamilton, but he’s best known and recognizable for Future Relic. series of works. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Daniel Arsham on the Dior Spring/Summer 2020 show. Image credit: Hypebeast 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Daniel Arsham’s Relics from the Future collection for Dior. Image credit: Hypebeast 

Pikachu, Porsche cars, Rimowa suitcases, these daily visible things seem to be brought to the future by him, and after calcification and erosion, they become broken “unearthed artifacts”. The color is also faded by “time”, returning to the pure state of monochrome. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Pikachu and luggage by Daniel Arsham come to the side of the original 

Also made into “unearthed cultural relics”, there are also a series of statues of Greek mythological figures – Augustus Caesar, Apollo andVenus , etc. 

And this time it was enlarged to make a building, and it was the statue of Ares, the god of war wearing a helmet. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Manuscripts and real objects of the statue of Ares 

The first NFT work released by Daniel last year used the Ares statue. As the spring and autumn of the scenery outside the door come, the degree of corrosion of Ares is also changing little by little. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

This sense of time is carried over to the building designed for The Row, presented in different materials – amethyst, quartz, pyrite and volcanic ash, and the light and shadow of the surrounding environment change accordingly. 

I explored the possibility of seasonality. How can I change the seasons and how this design can be timeless in a day or night environment. —Daniel Arsham 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The 5 colorways of the House of Ares. Image via: Everyrealm 

The cube beneath the original statue had opened a door, and the helmet had also dug a few windows. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Step in through this door and you’re greeted by a spacious living room in another hue. Sculptures and furniture products created by Daniel are placed in the central area of ​​the living room, and a huge painting is hung on each of the three walls. Each of these works is a valuable collection on the auction network. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Going up the stairs behind the living room, you will see the giant statue of Victory, and the stairs also turn into a spiraling curve around it, until you reach the top space – living room, dining room, study and bedroom. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The living room on the top floor has a near-perfect vantage point – through the window, you can see the head statue half buried in the sand. 

The head statue, the real version of which can be seen in Regent’s Park in London, is bronze. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The furniture that appears in the entire space is designed by Daniel, and even the author column of the two books placed on the desk also has Daniel’s name written on it. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The clock on the wall seems to be pocketed by “fabric”, from Daniel’s Falling Clock series. Last year, Daniel also co-branded another version of the collection with IKEA. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Such a house is simply an art gallery where you can live comfortably. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

I’m excited, and I’d love to see how people interact with these buildings in the Metaverse. —Daniel Arsham 

2. Make Room For Us

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The Barcelona studio, Six N. Five, is a rare and excellent partner for Daniel. Over the past year, they’ve expanded in digital space, creating jungles with crumbling walls, deserts where cars gallop, and outer space where planets gallop. 

They escaped physical limitations and used their imaginations to reach the vast sky. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The first NFT work launched by Daniel, the Japanese-style space behind it comes from the representative work of Six N. Five, the Japanese Garden series. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Japanese Garden Series. Image Courtesy: Six N. Five 

In 2021, Six N. Five released another highly representative series – “What if?” (What if?), with experimental architecture in the environment of outer space, divided into three acts: journey, settlement and encounter . 

In the second act, Six N. Five builds a summer house between two planets. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Summer apartment in What if?. Image via: Instagram @sixnfive 

Through the transparent round windows, we can see the quiet space filled with warm light, and imagine sitting inside and watching the boundless universe. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

What if?. Image via: Instagram @sixnfive 

This time for the design of The Row, Six N. Five moved the building to the gap between two mountains. Below the gap may be sand, lake, glaciers, and possibly cliffs. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The name also made a point – make room for us. 

In the relationship between humans and nature in the past, nature was always undergoing various transformations by human beings. Six N. Five now wants to create a building that changes this relationship – adapting the building to nature. 

This building expresses our repentance for the harm done to the material world in the past. Now it’s our turn to get used to what has always been there. —Six N. Five 

The shape of the building is like a cellular organism with no regular shape, or an unknown object falling from a flying saucer. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

However, entering the interior of this 3-storey building is decorated in a cave style, giving people the illusion of going shopping in a Korean minimalist style shop. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

A row of off-white clothes on the hanging pole allows us to feel the refined temperament of future residents. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Ezequiel Pini, who turned out to be an Argentine taekwondo player who also participated in competitions in North Korea, cut off this road at a certain moment in his life and embarked on another road full of unknowns and surprises leading to graphic design and digital art. 

In 2014, he founded Six N. Five with former partner Andy Reisinger, named after 6:5 pm – before starting the studio, 6:5 pm was the time he got home from get off work to do what he loved. . 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Ezequiel Pini. Image via: Designboom 

Poetic, minimal, and surreal are Six N. Five’s most rewarding evaluations. In the dream-like space he created, you can feel too many beauty that is overlooked in daily life – the breeze blowing, the dance of shadows, the slow sun Falling… This romance is also carried over to The Row’s buildings. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The most romantic place in the room must be the bedroom. Lying on the bed, a window just opened next to it, and next to it are spread out magazines and stacks of books. If you are tired of reading, you can look at the sky in a daze. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

3. The Mirage

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The building named “Mirage” has indeed become a spectacle in the Metaverse – the first private suspended space in the Metaverse. 

However, Alexis Christodoulou, who created this spectacle, is the one with a very “amateur” background. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Alexis Christodoulou. Image via: Designwanted 

About 10 years ago, Alexis was still in Cape Town, South Africa, working as a 9-to-5 ad copywriter. 

Fortunately, 3D instructional videos on YouTube and Vimeo opened another door in his life. After watching at least 3 tutorial videos a week, he gradually transformed into a self-taught digital artist. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The Instagram platform has since become an exhibition hall for Alexis’s works. He has attracted fans from all over the world with his dream-like 3D spaces, and of course, some brands have paid for cooperation. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

In 2021, the Danish roof window brand Velux came here. After receiving the order, Alexis handed over the amazing work “The Future Is Light” – in the beam of sunlight shining through the roof window, the earth’s gravity failed. , roses, books, and fruits all floated up, and the shadows on the ground danced. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

“The Future Is Light”. Image via: Color C Design Studio 

The designs were also lent to the building designed for The Row. 

The most exciting part is to follow the stairs into the building supported by the semicircle, through the corridors flanked by representative works of Alexis. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

On the bed, many square pillows floated up and flew towards the skylight. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

On the round sofa, roses and books also float in the air, turning into a “chandelier” that does not need a lanyard to fix it. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

On the long table in the restaurant, the plate and the fruit on it were also floating in the air, and a graceful curve was drawn. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Even more amazing is the rooftop swimming pool. 

Follow the stair blocks floating on the water surface and in the air to connect the flying sphere space. There is also a big tree hidden in this space. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

At the top corner of the other end of the roof, the sphere that felt like it would fall at any moment remained firmly there. 

All these “imbalances” turn into a scene of extreme harmony in the long view. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

4. Quagmire’s Karst

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

If you are tired of rational architecture with a single color, the architecture brought by Misha Kahn, who takes fun as the first priority, will surely make your eyes shine. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Misha Kahn. Image via: Instagram @mishakahn 

Misha, who has been working with various materials such as metal, glass, wood, textiles, ceramics, resins, etc. for a long time, makes things without regular shapes. 

If there is an atlas of objects we see every day, what Misha does is to turn the “shape description” page after page upside down. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Art Exhibition by Misha Kahn 

But when it comes to building buildings, this creation on The Row is really the first time. 

Misha’s architectural debut, the karst landform in nature, has been made on a pile of mud. This karst landform comes from his past ceramic works. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The main house on the mud provides 5 colors of green, purple, pink, blue and yellow, and the interior decoration is also painted with the same color on the walls. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Misha, who is on the opposite side of the minimalist route, is also extremely complicated in interior design. If Misha’s ceramic works were placed in the Lilliputian, what the citizens would see when they lived there would be like this. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

5. Untitled

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Andrés Reisinger, born in 1990, is an excellent “slant youth”. With a background in graphic design and architectural design education, he has assembled multiple identities as artist, director, 3D designer and furniture designer. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Andrés Reisinger in a pink chair he designed. Image via: Instagram @reisingerandres 

Moreover, he is also one of the most profitable artists. Last November, one of his short films, “Arcadia,” fetched $525,000 at Christie’s. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Short film “Arcadia” 

When it comes to building a building in the Metaverse, Andrés took the lead last year – working with architect Alba de la Fuente to design the virtual residence “Winter House” – a paradise in the snow. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Winter House. Image via: Instagram @albadlfuente_ 

This time at The Row, Andrés still wants to be a paradise, and also cooperates with the architect Alba. 

This time, however, the Xanadu was more secluded—hidden in a wood, while the box-like house was buried in a swimming pool. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

But the biggest highlight of this building is precisely hidden in the most inconspicuous transparent glass. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Apart from the roof and frame, the exterior of the house is made of fully transparent glass. Each façade on the top floor is cut with two panes of glass along the golden line. When the glass is overturned, the wall becomes a terrace by the way, and these 8 pieces of glass give the building too many possibilities. 

Towards the glass terrace that falls down towards the pool, put a bed and you have the illusion of floating on the sparkling lake. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

There are 5 versions of the building, corresponding to different times of the day. 

To own this building for one day, you have to spend 5 times the price to buy these 5 NFTs. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

6. The Pearl

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The Los Angeles-based architecture studio formerly known as Hard Architect changed its name to Hard Metaverse this year, and the occupational name column even wrote “Metaverse Architect”. 

The founder behind this, Calvin Ha, is a frequent visitor to the Metaverse and has worked with well-known platforms such as Filecoin, Harmony, and Monaverse. When Mona held a lecture in March this year, Calvin Ha was specially invited as the guest speaker. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Calvin Ha. Image via: Instagram @hardMetaverse 

Hard Metaverse, which has hardly built a house in real life, is a “house builder” in the Metaverse platform. 

In 2021, Hard Metaverse released its representative work Color Doctrina. These are 3 rooms that exist in the virtual world, each room is arranged in a uniform shade of pink, light blue and pastel green. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Color Doctrina. Image via: Instagram @hardMetaverse 

This time he came to The Row’s land, he picked the lake surrounded by mountains, put a few stones as the foundation, put a pill there, and the building was finished. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

This incomparably huge “pill” has a color matching like a continuation of “Color Theory”, adding two options of lavender and black in addition to the original three colors. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The exterior walls of the building have a gem-like texture with a soft luster. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

This material was also made into two spheres, which were placed in the two floors and became the focus of the space. 

The ground floor space has a soaring ceiling, and the ball floats in the air like the moon in the night sky. The sphere in the top space is placed on the ground, like a large pearl under the illumination of the top light. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Hard was inspired by an introspective journey that explores the desire for affluence that resides in my need for worth and belonging. And Hard’s work is a critique of this desire for a hedonistic lifestyle. In its purest form, with its simplicity and elegance, The Pearl sets the benchmark for the Metaverse. – Justin Melillo (CEO and co-founder of Mona) 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The Row virtual community was first built on Mona, known as the world building platform, for The Row members only. Also, membership is by invitation, and membership fees, which are expected to be very expensive, will be announced by the end of the year. 

The masters of building buildings in the real world have successively entered the Metaverse

Even in the Metaverse, the amount of land will be limited. 

The Decentraland and The Sandbox platforms have publicly stated that they will not expand the land area. As a result, land prices have also skyrocketed. 

At the end of 2021, Metaverse Group purchased 116 parcels of land in Decentraland for a record $2.4 million, followed by Republic Realm’s $4.3 million purchase of land in The Sandbox, another record. 

In March of the same year, Toronto-based artist Krista Kim sold her first residential NFT, Mars House, for over $500,000. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Mars House. Image credit: Dezeen 

Since land is limited, selling houses can also make money, so an army of building builders rushed in, including many well-known architectural firms in the real world. 

The Danish architectural firm BIG, which designed the Hangzhou headquarters for OPPO, released its first architectural work in the Metaverse, Viceverse, in March this year. This is the virtual office building for the employees of the media company Vice, used for meeting guests, reporting and conducting a series of digital experiments including NFTs. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

A melodic undulating façade forms the exterior of the building, with a central tunnel that winds upwards connecting the ground floor to the roof. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

The building plan is 12 floors, 2 floors have been built at present, and will be built layer by layer as the project develops. Viceverse also has room specifically for experimentation with DAO and Web 3.0 technologies. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Also in March, Zaha Hadid Architects created an entire virtual city, the Liberland Metaverse. With the city hall as the city center, buildings such as the exchange, plaza, and exhibition center were built. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Just this past July, the British architectural firm PLP Architecture, which designed 22 Bishopsgate, the second tallest building in London, cooperated with the Metaverse property platform VerseProp to release 5,000 skyscraper NFTs. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Luxury brand Gucci also released a virtual space, Gucci Town, in July. 

This is the second collaboration between Gucci and Roblox after building the Gucci Garden last year, and the newly released space will also last longer, not a “pop-up store model.” 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

At the heart of Gucci Town is a double-G-patterned central garden that connects the rest of the town, including a mini-game space, a café and a virtual store. 

This will provide a new place for friends from all over the world to meet and meet here. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Whether it is the artist team assembled by The Row or the architectural offices that have built countless buildings in the real world, they are all bringing the most touching moments and most resonant imaginations of architecture to the design of Metaverse Architecture. . 

Metaverse architecture seems to be an unreal object in the area created out of thin air, but it cannot lack a sense of real experience. With such a “soul”, even wild ideas, illogical ideas, and structures that don’t resemble real buildings can all be realized in the Metaverse. 

More and more free tutorials are also being released on the Metaverse platform. For example, there is an obvious button on the Mona homepage – “Build a Space”. Click on it and there will be various tutorials in great detail. Building a building in the Metaverse has become a job that the public can easily do. 

More expensive than Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the housing prices of Metaverse skyrocketed, and everyone rushed to build a building

Metaverse Architecture Project TAG-3. Image via: Instagram @monaverse 

The various thresholds set by the real world in the past will be broken one by one in front of virtual buildings and digital spaces. In the Metaverse, anyone can be an architect as long as they are creative and have ideas. 

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