dwp unveils its plans in the metaverse with the creation of virtual experiences and digital assets
published : 9 Dec 2022 at 20:19
dwp has announced its launch of a brand new organisation called dwp|metatecture to service the growing local and international demand for web3 services, including digital assets and virtual environments, through to the metaverse.
dwp has a 30 year history with a foundation in global architecture and physical environments with the skills, resources and expertise that have created award-winning spaces internationally. That expertise is now committing to a digital future with dwp|metatecture focusing on the next 30 years of digital assets and virtual environments.
“With our in-house team and specific partnerships, we’ve crafted a broad spectrum of web3 tools such as AI, AR, VR and Blockchain, to enable great digital interactions and virtual experiences,” explains Ms. Sarinrath Kamolratanapiboon, one of the founding partners of dwp|metatecture.
“It’s been a combination of hard work and dedication, across creative, design, web3 technologies and innovation all coming together this year to create dwp|metatecture. We will push the boundaries of conventional architecture and interior design, where buildings no longer have restrictions and limitations compared to virtual spaces. We want to provide our clients with the opportunity to merge the physical space into an adaptive virtual environment enabling access to global audiences, enabled through digital channels.”
“dwp|metatecture is bridging the gap between IRL (In Real Life) and the physical world through to the digital world. As our lives become more digital, so do our interactions in everyday life.”
“Each new generation is more digitally native, so by creating immersive environments either in real life or digital life, we’ll be able to create spaces that people will love and want to come together in. The company is also using the latest innovation and technology to bring to life creative and visionary ideas.”
Mr. Andrew Phornprapha, director of brand partnerships at dwp|metatecture, commented that, "People seem to think that mass adoption of web3 is years away but at the current rate of innovation combined with increasing digitally native consumers, these experiences are within present reach.”
“With these new tools, we’re providing products and solutions at this intersection of human experiences and digital environments, and how we can design these as more immersive experiences over time.”
For more information contact: Andrew Phornprapha Director of Business Partnerships, dwp metatecture Tel: 02 267 3939 Mobile: 090 909 7555 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org