Space Popular reinterprets Aldo Rossi's architectural theories for the metaverse

Architecture and design studio Space Popular has unveiled Search History, an exhibition at the MAXXI museum in Rome that applies the writings of Italian architect Aldo Rossi to virtual worlds.

The installation features bold and colourful images envisioning a metaverse city, with doorways that appear to be gateways between different virtual spaces.

Search History features a physical installation exploring virtual architecture

The aim of Space Popular founders Lara Lesmes and Fredrik Hellberg was to show how Rossi’s ideas about the experience of real-world cities can be reflected in the immersive spaces of the metaverse.

“The project Search History began as part of our research on issues of the virtual city,”

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