In any event, the metaverse and NFTs are also throwing open ample opportunities for creatives, designers, architects and artists, who have been creating for and in the metaverse for some time now. In January of this year, for example, Andres Reisinger, a visual artist and designer who has produced some collections of objects and works in NFT, presented Winter House, a residence created in collaboration with the architect Alba de la Fuente for the metaverse, inspired by the coldest season. Winter House is a virtual building characterised by precise geometric lines and restful colour shades, typical of Reisinger, to convey a sense of tranquillity: a winter paradise in the metaverse. This is the second virtual residence Reisinger and de la Fuente have designed together; their artistic and architectural visions chime and collide, triggering new ways of creating and bringing spaces to life, marking new milestones in the digital migration of real estate.
"We tried to imagine the winter season in the metaverse, gathering all the feelings of peace, stillness and comfort that we associate with winter, and translating them into residential form," says Reisinger. They both say that Winter House is a residential project that can be incorporated into any existing or future metaverse.
In short, it looks as though we're going to learn to live and invest in the pixel, and while it's hard to keep up with technology, and may seem as though we're talking about far-off futures, in reality, it's already happening, and the metaverse is growing day by day.