Metaverse is presumably an indistinct concept. But, that’s only a fragment of individual imagination. 3D virtual spaces called the metaverse – after Zuckerberg’s Facebook rebranding to Meta – are now the virtual fashion in parts fuelled by the concept of Non-Fungible Tokens. NFTs permit the purchase of non-tangible items in the metaverse meant only for viewing not for use. Trimming that part for our little imagination, studio Monde Singulier is pre-empting the launch of ultra-luxe furniture for the virtual and the real worlds. So, you can then furnish the metaverse home and the physical living room with the same piece of collectibles furniture.
Playing with spatial design, 3D artistry, eye-catchy hues and materials, Sebastien Baert co-founder Monde Singulier enhances the excitement by putting the furniture in the natural environment where detaching elements of chairs, tables, and beds awe-inspire the spectator. The pretentious character conceived instantly seeps the heart – knocking back and forth in dwindling narratives – instigating the mind to get one right away.
Designer: Monde Singulier
Get one? How much would you pay for furniture NFTs is a question best left unanswered at least until “Rêveries” – the collection of collectibles furniture – invades the metaverse. Rêveries comprises four luxury furniture collections oscillating between reality and imagination. Spanning over eight exquisite concepts; the Le Champ, La Prairie, Le Lagon, and Le Desert collections are designed for both metaverse and the real world. If not all of them “a few furniture pieces” will be available in the real world while “every single piece will be auctioned in the metaverse” Monde Singulier substantiates through its webpage.
Decorated in immaculate imagery of chairs and tables tossing and flipping in virtual environs, the website of the design studio – bent on designing “ultra-luxury spaces and collectible furniture for both worlds”- is worth a visit until the NFTs and online retail open for our interest.
Source : https://www.yankodesign.com/2022/06/19/this-uber-luxury-nft-collectibles-furniture-oscillates-between-reality-and-metaverse/