How to Land in the Metaverse: From Interior Design to the Future of Design

The highly anticipated monograph from one of today’s most talked about young names in interior design, known for his bold spaces conceived for the digital age.

Founded in 2014 by the design ingenue Harry Nuriev, Crosby Studios is one of the buzziest furniture, interior design, lifestyle, and architecture brands of this day and age. With instantly recognizable viral pieces, Crosby Studios is behind some of today’s most original interiors that exude aspirational fantasy, conceptual artistry, and effortless cool—as well as being at the forefront of the metaverse revolution.

Presenting Crosby Studios’ most popular interiors and newest metaverse spaces, this original volume is a must-have reference for the firm’s myriad fans. From private residences and commercial venues to daring creations specifically designed for the metaverse, the featured projects showcase all aspects of Nuriev’s signature style: monochromatic touches of bold colors that enliven interiors along with his original blend of Eastern European–inspired design and contemporary references to the digital world. A vibrant publication that celebrates one of the most enthralling names working in design today, this book is bound to appeal to interiors and digital enthusiasts everywhere.

About The Author

Harry Nuriev is a furniture, interior, and fashion designer. He founded Crosby Studios in 2014.

  • Publish Date: April 25, 2023
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Category: Design - Product
  • Publisher: Rizzoli
  • Trim Size: 9-4/9 x 12-3/5
  • Pages: 288
  • US Price: $75.00
  • CDN Price: $100.00
  • ISBN: 978-0-8478-7258-9


"How to Land in the Metaverse: From Interior Design to the Future of Design is Nuriev’s postcard from the metaverse, a book that chronicles his digital design explorations and material output as he navigates between virtual and physical realms. The color-bursting book features new and old designs of his, conceived in reality by his own devising. It details the projects he has done so far by the architect-designer himself, and Nuriev lets his readers in on their backstories in a postcard fashion of numbered words filled with depth." —DESIGNBOOM

Author Bookshelf: Sarah Andelman