Top 4 Meta Mansion Examples 2022 | Metaverse Virtual NFT Designs by Veliz Architect

3 min read

The Metaverse is a virtual world that many already point to as the future. Although, more than the future, it seems now, the present. An immersive and multisensory experience in the applied use of various devices and technological developments on the internet. The internet that is coming or that is already here, however you want to see it. And the mansions of the Metaverse, or the ‘Metamansions’ are, inevitably, the order of the day. Homes whose design often escapes everything known and whose creators let their imagination run wild to devise authentic wonders.

What Is Virtual Property?

Virtual property is a term used in the online world to describe any item that exists within a virtual space. This can include anything from avatars and clothing to homes and land. The purchase and sale of virtual property has become a big business in recent years, with some properties selling for millions of dollars.

What Is NFT Architecture?

NFT stands for non-fungible tokens, which are a type of digital asset that is unique and cannot be replicated. This makes them perfect for representing virtual property, as they can be used to track the ownership of individual items. NFT architecture is the term used to describe the way in which NFTs are stored and accessed.

How Do You Design For The Metaverse?

In order to design for the Metaverse, designers will need move forward from 2D sketching tools like Sketch and Figma. 3-dimensional modelling programs such as Tvori or Gravity Sketch that teach users about designing in three dimensions can become essential gear when it comes time create tangible pieces representation of your ideas. 

How Much Does Land Cost In The Metaverse?

In the last quarter of 2021, 8 thousand lands were sold every month on average at 3.5 ETH or $13000 each time – with a highpoint reached in January 2022 when daily transactions exceeded 5 Ethereum!

Can You Build A House In The Metaverse?

You can’t build a house in the metaverse without purchasing some land. To buy property on these virtual worlds, you need to sign up with an approved platform like Decentraland or The Sandbox and use their recommended cryptocurrencies for payment—there are many more options too!

4 Metamansions in particular have caught our attention for their uniqueness and extravagance. These are:

 

4 Mansions of the Metaverse that take away the sense

WP QUADS Content Ad Plugin v. 2.0.40.1

The Metaverse is that virtual place that many already point to as the future. Although, more than the future, it seems now, the present. An immersive and multisensory experience in the applied use of various devices and technological developments on the internet. The internet that is coming or that is already here, however you want to see it. And the mansions of the Metaverse, or the ‘Metamansions’ are, inevitably, the order of the day. Homes whose design, on occasions, escapes everything known and, moreover, often makes their creators let their imagination run wild and manage to devise authentic wonders that today in COOL we talk to you in detail.

4 Mansions of the Metaverse that take away the sense

Metamansion Magnavi, by Veliz Arquitecto

Vanessa Lorenzo/Photo: Jonathan Miller
Metamansion Magnavi Photo: Veliz Architect

Veliz Arquictura is a studio that we have already talked about several times because its creations seem like fantasies from another world. And precisely from another world is this Metamansion that has fascinated us. It is not the first mansion in the Metaverse that this Cuban architect and his team have made dreamy NFTs like the house in the shape of a key that we have already shown you here. This one in particular, the Metamansion Magnavi is a project that adapts to several biomes, a well-defined contrast due to its shape, adapting to these spaces, weaving a structure that connects with nature. A true dream on the high seas that does not leave you indifferent.

Metamansion Magnavi Suitcase ArchitectMetamansion Magnavi Suitcase Architect

Supervillain House in The Metaverse

Metaverse Mansion/Photo:Omar Hakim

 

Metaverse Mansion/Photo:Omar Hakim

The villain is a Metaverse house inspired by the latest James Bond movie and Iron Man’s house. The architectural creation sits on a cliff overlooking the ocean. And, it follows the line of the Metaverse mansions, since we are facing an idea of ​​housing that escapes the usual and that invites you to dream.

WP QUADS Content Ad Plugin v. 2.0.40.1

Mansion in the Metaverse/Photo: Omar Hakim

 

Mansion in the Metaverse/Photo: Omar Hakim

Cavalli’s Metaverse Mansion

Cavalli Mansion in metaverse/Photo: Cavalli

 

Cavalli Mansion in metaverse/Photo: Cavalli

But not only intrepid architects are surrendered to the feet of the Metaverse, fashion brands also want to be present and the case of Cavalli is, at the moment, the most talked about. Roberto Cavalli’s newest collection was presented at the Cavalli Mansion, an immersive virtual destination that invites consumers to enter the parallel world of the firm. The mansion of the metaverse exhibits the brand’s latest lifestyle proposals and those who visit it will live in a whole sensory experience.

La Cavalli MansionLa Cavalli Mansion

The mansion in the real world that is sold in the Metaverse

Metaverse Mansion/Photo: MetaResidences

 

Metaverse Mansion/Photo: MetaResidences

The fever of the mansions of the Metaverse is such that there is already the case of a real house, which is also for sale in this coveted parallel universe. It is a luxurious property with no lack of detail located in Miami called ‘MetaReal’ and which also has a virtual version within the Metaverse of The SandBox, where properties and assets can be monetized.

4 Mansions of the Metaverse that take away the sense

A virtual world, yet to be discovered and analyzed, it seems, will not cease to surprise us.

Via this site

The Fall Of Bitcoin Millionaires | Over 70% Were…

Since the start of the year, the cryptocurrency market has lost over $1 trillion in value from its market cap due to the downward pressure exerted...
Oliver
1 min read