Curated Communal Space
Communal spaces are a very important part of our community-focused approach; they facilitate genuine social interactions, giving this beautifully-designed architecture a beating heart which is powered by the community. No matter how beautifully designed the Towers are though, the true measure of success is calculated by how much it facilitates a sense of togetherness and belonging. The communal spaces will be designed exactly for this purpose, to bring people together to socialize, entertain, and enjoy each other's company.
Concept video highlighting the communal and retail spaces
We're a platform that focuses on social interactivity of all kinds; not only entertainment, but also corporate, educational, and commercial activities as well. A platform that can give the average user and community member an opportunity to craft their own Metaverse identity.
Featured on the exterior of the apartments are large, connected atriums that lend themselves to connected social experiences, and the bringing together of different communities and businesses. At the base of the Towers, users will also be able to explore a variety of communal areas and interact with others in exciting and entertaining ways. These areas are planned to be (but are not limited to):
- Amenity Areas - Internal/external spaces that can be traversed, enjoyed, and interacted with.
- Atrium Areas - High-traffic areas that surround the base of the elevators on each floor.
- Branded Areas - Retail/commercial spaces that may be leased to organizations & communities.
- Sky Gardens - Nature-inspired areas positioned on opposing corners of each floor (1-99).
Concept Image Highlighting the Sky Garden
In addition to the functionality geared toward apartment owners, our goal is to provide dedicated spaces for commercial goods and services throughout the base of the Ethereum Towers. From Shopping Districts to Consumer Services, our aim is to have well-defined areas located throughout the first six floors of the Towers.
Concept Image Highlighting the Communal and Retail Spaces