The young digital artist Andrés Reisinger continues to amaze us. After being listed by Forbes as one of the 30 most influential artists under 30 and having created an entire collection of chairs for the Metaverse called “Impossible Furniture”, he has now presented the Winter House, the first design house designed for the Metaverse.
Winter House was born from Andrés Reisinger’s passion for digital art and the virtual world, but also from his collaboration with Alba de la Fuente, a young Spanish architect who took care of the renderings down to the last detail, so much so as to deceive the human eye and make us think that somewhere in the world this house really exists.
The project is characterized by clean, geometric lines. The structure of the Winter House is reminiscent of a pile dwelling: the central, square-shaped body is raised above the ground by hollow reinforced concrete pillars which act as an entrance.
The heaviness of materials such as reinforced concrete and steel is lightened by huge windows running from floor to ceiling and creating a dialogue with nature.
The unmistakable signature of the two designers is the choice to use different shades of pink, both for structural elements and for the furnishings, a color that gives a dreamlike, almost surreal atmosphere.
Anyone living in the Metaverse can buy the Winter House, place it on their own land and then open its doors to friends and visitors.