Fractal Riftech is a post-apocalyptic, dystopian labyrinth inspired by the work of Piranesi. Set in an imaginary futuristic lanscape where the world suffered an explosion. Consequently life and all living things became dependant on technology as their source of energy, maintaining their artificial growth.
A thirty second animation designed as an access key for subscribers. A card representing two worlds on each side. The subscribers get access to metaverse related data, and the goal was to represent that in a creative way.
Personal project carried out by Spaces. The concept of this idea is the realization of invented worlds to reflect the unlimited creative possibilities of the metaverse. These planets will continue to grow both in number and complexity, as a concept of growing spaces.
A virtual gallery designed to host digital art sales for the Kunst Bern Museum, we took inspiration from contemporary architects such as Steven Hall Architects, whose museum designs involve engaging landscapes, minimalistic touches and materiality, yet creating an overall unique experience.The main gallery is an open space, with flexible separations to create more intimate spaces; at the center we can find a patio with landscape and vegetation to bring life to the design. The auditorium is the feature of the experience where we open the thinking box and reimagine space according to the lack of design limitations in the metaverse. It is a levitating open structure that connects with the main gallery through a bridge.
The gallery was designed as an ode to Kenshiro, the anime character. With a gothic style tower in the center of the world, the experience is meant to bring a sense of classical zen, as you journey through the 50 selected works among Kenshiro’s collection.
For International Women’s Day 2022, we designed a space for Boss Beauties to showcase their incredible role models collection and to host a livestream of their physical event in NY. The experience has over 20k visitors on the spatial platform.