We’ve said it many times and we’ll never tire of repeating it: the Metaverse It is the direction of the moment. And not just in the technology sector. These days, in fact, the famous architect Zaha Hadid Submit the projectLiberland Metaverse“, a ‘urban cyber’ entity where people can buy plots of land with cryptocurrency. They have the possibility to visit digital buildings through their virtual avatars. An architectural project in all respects, but in a world that is not real.
Liberland Metaverse, the new project by Zaha Hadid Architects
“Liberland Metaverse” is much more than an architecture project in the metaverse. First of all, the virtual city of Zaha Hadid’s studio takes its name from Free Republic of Liberland, a self-proclaimed microstate on a disputed piece of land between Serbia and Croatia. As you can imagine, Liberland’s international recognition was far from straightforward. For this reason, the virtual world is intended to serve as a model and assist in the development of the physical being, and people who buy plots of land in the metaverse will benefit from the real estate. But this is not the only intention of Zaha Hadid’s ambitious project.
“While the Liberland Metaverse aims to guide the evolution of Liberland as a libertarian microstate, it will also function as a standalone virtual reality domain.So he explained Patrick SchumacherContact the architectural firm person. “The ambition is to become the go-to site for communication and collaboration within the burgeoning Web 3.0 sector, and the metaverse for developers and the coding system in general.In short, an aspirational virtual space that users can Access via Mytaverse, a cloud-based 3D environment creation platform. Once inside, they can visit buildings designed by Zaha Hadid’s studio, incl City HallAnd the Square And the Exhibition center.
All these structures are part of a completely virtual city surrounded by waterdesigns to beNetwork hub for crypto projects, crypto companies and crypto eventsIt is evident that each building is designed in the architect’s distinctive style, with Zigzag forms and rounded corners. What is surprising, in fact, is the presence Structures are not fixed to the ground at all, thus defying the gravity of the real world. Of course, having them in real Liberland would be impossible, but in virtual reality, there seem to be no restrictions of any kind. As far as we know, Schumacher designed the city with parametrica type of computer program used to create architectural forms.
In fact, the architect believes the metaverse will be a Parametric design catalyst, where there are no urban planning boundaries in virtual spaces. “The main advantages of virtual environments are their universal accessibility and modular adaptabilitySchumacher said of the project.
Liberland, from the metaverse to reality
As predicted, the Liberland Metaverse is a microphysical nation-building blueprint. Precisely for this reason, the entire design was basedRealistic design and realistic presentationAs stated by Patrick Schumacher himself: “This realism in our cyber-urban concept also allows for the subsequent physical realization of designed spaces in the metaverse, to any extent desirable.On the other hand, at the moment the Republic of Liberland is a country that is not recognized by international organizations such as the United Nations. Yet it exists. It is a self-proclaimed country, with a national anthem, a coat of arms and its own cryptocurrency, Liberland deserved.
Designing spaces in the metaverse, then, could be a good solution to seeing them come true in reality. Or at least that’s the goal of Zaha Hadid Architects’ studio. “As long as we have physical bodies, we will need physical environments – Schumacher comments -. Virtual environments are just as real as physical ones, and social reality exists and continues seamlessly across that divide. Virtual and physical environments are perfectly designed togetherAnd this shows us the greatness of the Liberland Metaverse. A hypothetical project that hopes to conquer reality. In fact, in order to build it.