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Mind Plus by Miroslav Naskov / Mind Design

Project name:
Mind Plus
Architecture firm:
Mind Design
Dom World Metaverse
Tools used:
Autodesk Maya, Unreal Engine 5, Adobe Photoshop
Principal architect:
Miroslav Naskov
Design team:
Jan Wilk, Michelle Naskov
Mind Design
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Concept - Design
Futuristic Architecture › Virtual, Public, Community Centre

Miroslav Naskov: Mind Plus, a virtual exploration space, part of DOM World metaverse. An extraordinary rich in natural beauty virtual island is created as a favourite destination for those who want to interact explore an communicate ideas. The space offering something special from astonishing mountain views diverse verity of vegetation species to shore platforms overlooking the mesmerizing ocean. In addition to green patches with variety in scale, shelters and sunken areas is intended to create a new kind of public spaces.

Mind Plus is set be design and research community centre on various topics. The founding idea is that users share their knowledge, communicate ideas and enhance each other. A reward system to be developed for stimulation learning and evaluate the education process. For that reasons geometries are tested in Unreal Engine 5 for user interface and  gamification development.

In the middle of the island is placed a futuristic library. The concept of the library breaks free from the rigid aisles and shelving of libraries and accommodates more open - free-flowing spaces for reading, interaction, collaboration, and meeting. The idea to provide both fixed bookshelves attached to the walls as well as flexible free-standing shelves in the middle of the space is to provide users with a more inviting space that can be used in their own interesting ways. In a virtual world where technology is taken over, and hierarchical order is fading, people are willing to explore new interactive spaces and innovative design solutions, architecture that is agile, activity-based, and challenges our ideas of organization and static typologies. The unique ceiling design provides a light yet animated effect. It is to be built from sustainably sourced spruced wood that will be prefabricated and provide ease of installation.

By Liliana Alvarez

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