Metaverse is probably a vague concept. But that is only a fraction of the individual imagination. 3D virtual spaces called the metaverse – after Zuckerberg’s rebranding of Facebook to Meta – are now virtual fashion in parts driven by the concept of non-replaceable tokens. NFTs allow the purchase of intangible items in the metaverse that are for viewing purposes only and not for use. Shortening that part for our little imagination, Monde Singulier studio is preparing to launch ultra-luxury furniture for the virtual and real world. So, then you can equip the metaverse home and physical living room with the same piece of collectible furniture.
Playing with spatial design, 3D art, eye-catching shades and materials, Sebastien Baert co-founder Monde Singulier heightens the excitement by placing furniture in a natural environment where elements are separated chairs, tables, and the beds arouse awe in the viewer. The imaginary pretentious character instantly penetrates the heart – knocking back and forth in ever smaller stories – encouraging the mind to get it right away.
Designer: Singular World
Get one? How much would you pay for furniture NFTs is a question that is best left unanswered, at least until “Rêveries” – a collection of collectible furniture – attacks the metaverse. Rêveries consist of four luxuries furniture collections that oscillate between reality and imagination. It encompasses over eight outstanding concepts; the collections of Le Champ, La Prairie, Le Lagon and Le Desert are designed for both the metaverse and the real world. If not all of them, “several pieces of furniture” will be available in the real world, while “each individual piece will be auctioned in the metaverse,” Monde Singulier confirms via her website.
Decorated with impeccable images of chairs and tables being thrown and turned over in a virtual environment, the design studio’s website – dedicated to designing “ultra-luxury spaces and collectible furniture for both worlds” – is worth a visit until NFT and online retail open to our interest.