With the advent of virtual reality and its myriad metaverses, MDL has once again taken its first bold step toward humanity's new, digital future with its own virtual headquarters, situated in its own picturesque virtual archipelago, all within MDL's own metaverse.
Since its inception, Mercurio Design Lab has always strived to be at the cutting edge of the property landscape — from the rounded, spaceship-esque stylings of Villa Otto to the edgy, Yacht-inspired looks of Villa Mistral, MDL has pushed the boundaries of architecture with its unique designs.
Now, with the advent of virtual reality and its myriad metaverses, MDL has once again taken its first bold step toward humanity's new, digital future with its own virtual headquarters, situated in its own picturesque virtual archipelago, all within MDL's own metaverse.
MDL's virtual headquarters is unique in both its form and how it is built — it quite literally floats on top of the sea in the bay in front of the main island. Powered by an antigravity drive, it can easily hover, unrestrained by the oppressive tethers of gravity. The headquarters' main structure looks similar to a fuse or crystal that appears to be made from a polished white ceramic-like substance that twists in on itself toward both ends, as if the building itself is moving into the ether.
To navigate this futuristic monument, visitors utilize an equally futuristic method — teleporters are scattered all throughout the facility, with the main teleporter that grants entrance into the structure situated on a wooden pier in front of MDL's soaring headquarters.
Below this monolith — perhaps affected by the strange energies of the antigravity drive—the sea descends into a hole, similar in appearance to a crater, albeit one that is entirely made of water. This gravitational anomaly contains a giant park with innumerable fantastical trees and flora of various shapes and sizes, which is surrounded by waterfalls created from the sea falling away into the hole.
A showcase of MDL's past and upcoming projects are hosted on a small island. MDL also has its own collection of NFT villas, which may be sold on their own or as a package with the actual real-world version of the villa. These digital masterpieces will soon be available for purchase on MDL's website via OpenSea, and some may even be integrated into and purchasable via MDL's metaverse.
This revolutionary approach to real estate enables MDL clients to visit virtual versions of their own homes or any of MDL's projects from the comfort of their own abode. All of these NFT villas and MDL's own metaverse and headquarters can be visited by anyone with an Internet connection, whether they own a pair of VR goggles or not.
These islands and their structures symbolize MDL's avant-garde approach — they are a bold, unmatched, and groundbreaking statement not only on Mercurio Design Labs' future but also on the future of architecture as a whole.