Each has designed a “3D architectural landmark” that will be sold as an NFT, a non-fungible token.

The virtual buildings can then be deployed on 26 different metaverse platforms on which metaverse real estate development firm Everyrealm, one of the developers of The Row, owns land.

“In the metaverse, one does not need to adhere to the many constraints that exist when creating spaces, exhibitions, and art works in the physical world,” said Arsham.

“When designing for The Row, I considered how my sculptures would appear from inside this unique piece of architecture. I’m excited and eager to see how people might engage with these pieces of architecture once they’re deployed in the metaverse.”

The Row was developed by residential real estate brokerage team The Alexander Team and Everyrealm, where Arsham also serves as creative ambassador.

Its first builds will be hosted on metaverse world-building platform Mona, while the selection of other metaverses has not yet been announced.

“The metaverse has no physics, no weather, and no limitations other than human ingenuity,” said Janine Yorio, CEO of Everyrealm.

“The Row brings together visionary artists best known for their architectural landscapes and collectors seeking a unique, limited edition residence that they can deploy across many different metaverses over time.”

Source: https://www.dezeen.com/2022/07/27/architecture-by-artists-metaverse-the-row/

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