A rendering of the PLP concept building that will serve as the basis for the upcoming NFT collection. Image courtesy of PLP Architecture.
High design company executive creating on demand virtual architecture in the metaverse has grown recently with the announcement of PLP’s 5,000 pieces coming soon NFTs The Skyscraper Collection debuted earlier last month with the help of virtual property platform VerseProp.
Ostensibly in keeping with the trend indicated by its growing digital client base, the London-based company said its collection is intended to “bridge the gap between those interested in both digital and physical real estate.” said that Opportunities are also offered to design unique buildings with PLP staff, with each building promised to have “worthy commercial utility.”
According to PLP, you’ll get ownership of digital tokens derived from concept building designs that incorporate exclusive content such as access to webinars and physical artwork. The company markets this as an exploration into not only the digital design of buildings, but also the application of alternative sales structures and means such as: smart contract become important to architects and designers as technology and technology Using the metaverse space keep evolving.
To that end, the PLP states this new foray into NFTs and the Metaverse. It was created through its research department. PLP lab“It raises important questions such as: Can design services be distributed via tokenization or smart contracts? How much space is the metaverse for real-world designers?”
“Exploring NFTs and the Metaverse is no different than traditional architecture as first thought,” Richard Woolsgrove, head of digital technology at the company, said in a press statement, adding: “A lot of what an architect does is digital. We always have one foot in the virtual world. So where do these worlds intersect and how should we engage?”
The tokens will be issued and hit the market later in the summer, so we will have answers to these questions soon.