Today, we invite you to a fascinating villa that exists in virtual space. The building is the brainchild of Argentine digital artist Andrés Reisinger, who collaborated with Madrid architect Alba De la Fuente to design the ‘Winter House’. In addition to the winter landscape, they were influenced by the work of the famous designer Dieter Rams.
The artist wanted to create a virtual reality where users could interact with each other in a computer-generated environment. They wanted to build a space where people could experience the winter retreat.
“We wanted to imagine what winter of the year looks like in the metaverse, so we took all the feelings we associate it with—mostly peace and comfort—and brought them into this parallel reality,” Reisinger said.
The villa is bordered on almost all sides by windows, with a perfect view of the landscape from almost every point of the house. The interior is characterized by minimalism and open spaces, giving the house a very spacious ambiance. Modernist style permeates inside with a refined and simple design. One of the most striking features is the pink tube that houses the elevator.
In addition to concrete and transparent surfaces, the interiors are dominated by pastel-pink colors of varying depths. The living room, for example, is entirely in this color, from the fireplace to the cushions.
Photos: Andrés Reisinger, Alba de la Fuente
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Source: label magazine