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Discover Refik Anadol’s Casa Batlló
Refik Anadol’s Casa Batlló
Refik Anadol’s Casa Batlló: Living Architecture is a constantly changing, live NFT inspired by the 1906 Gaudí building after which it’s named. The result of a collaboration between Casa Batlló and the Turkish-Armenian artist Refik Anadol, it is made using environmental data gathered in real-time, making the building the first UNESCO World Heritage Site to take the form of a live NFT. ‘Refik’s work resides between art and technology, expands the possibilities of architecture, and brings a new outlook beyond space and time,’ said Gary Gautier, Casa Batlló’s manager. This monumental artwork will be offered for sale on 10 May (estimate: $1 million – 2 million) in New York, with ten percent of the sale proceeds benefiting the Associació Aprenem Autisme and Fundació Adana institutions. It will be on display outside Rockefeller Plaza until 13 May. Catch it if you can!