After discovering NFTs and becoming an active member in the community, I became fascinated with how the technology and Web3 as a whole could affect architecture. Specifically, how it and the metaverse would affect visionary vs built architecture and what it means to be tangible within a digital context when we can redefine physics and geometry itself. Using non-Euclidean worlds and geometry has massive implications for circulation and how we perceive space and volume. 

My final year dissertation investigates the architectural implications of NFTs and cryptographic technology within physical
and digital contexts and how our understanding of what tangible architecture is can be altered. Correspondingly,
how NFTs will change architectural theory in our world, how the metaverse will change
architecture in digital worlds and how this paradigm shift will affect the roles and values of architects as
well as informing our decisions when building for a new decentralised, cryptographic and digitalised