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7 Stories About NFTs Entering the Realm of Architecture | ArchDaily

Discover a round-up of architecture’s experiments with NFTs so far, together with a series of Archdaily articles shedding light on the topic.

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Over the past year, NFTs have entered the realm of architecture, prompting conversations over the role of the profession in the future digital economy. From the design of digital real-estate to exhibitions and architecture events exploring its value for the practice and established architecture firms embracing the new medium, NFTs have been embraced by the profession as the promise of a new form of creative production. Discover a round-up of architecture’s experiments with NFTs so far, together with a series of Archdaily articles shedding light on the topic.

Tallinn Architecture Biennale Announces First-Ever Blockchain-Funded Pavilion as New Winning Installation

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Due to unexpected circumstances, The Tallinn Architecture Biennale announced a new winning proposal for its Installation Programme Competition: Fungible Non-Fungible Pavilion by iheartblob, a new “decentralized and systematic” approach towards architectural design which allows the community to be both designers and investors, contributing to a structure that evolves over time. Rather than designing and building the structure themselves, iheartblob created an NFT generative tool; a parametric setup that allows individuals to design and “mint” their own objects.

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