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You can still be forgiven, for now, for not understanding what the metaverse is — even as the burgeoning network of interactive virtual worlds wins over firms like Zaha Hadid Architects, which recently unveiled its own online version of the micronation Liberland.

The metaverse is banking on technological advances and increased adoption of immersive VR headsets to reach its full promise. But anyone with a phone or a laptop can already stroll through a virtual city, meet with others and attend digital events like concerts and fashion shows. And while some remain skeptical, others are investing.

Voxel Architects employs both architects and game designers to create virtual projects like this Decentraland replica of Sotheby’s...
Architects are Gaining Entry into the Metaverse

As architects enter the online world, the line between video games and reality is starting to blur.

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