|View onto the new amphitheater leading up to Centaurs' Hall.|
|Current installation in the main length of the Hall.|
Vintage Village on the Verdigris sim (built by Oriolus Oliva) is one of Second Life’s icons. A picturesque Hungarian village built precariously on a half collapsed bridge shapes the storybook-like atmosphere of the sim. It is a unique city plan well documented by photo enthusiasts. As of Feb 1, I have been building across the river from the Village on a quarter of the sim. The energy I felt at facing such a beautiful build inspired me to burn the midnight oil for 3 days. I knew almost instantly what I would fashion. To begin with, I planned an amphitheater facing the Village, placing it on stage so to speak, from my parcel’s perspective. Then behind that a main structure, which enjoys the views across the river. My parcel is called Centaurs’ Hall. It is devoted to showing artworks.
|One side of the Czardas GreenHouse cafe restaurant. The food is rich, so stay a while!|
Attached to the large Hall, is a café restaurant called the Czardas GreenHouse (yes, it is built inside of a greenhouse). I furnished the interior of the restaurant with lavish décor and abundant food. From various rooms of both the greenhouse and Centaurs’ Hall, fine views onto Oriolus’ Vintage Village encourage exploration.
|Looking from the stairwell of Centaurs' Hall onto the distant Vintage Village.|
To visit Vintage Village in Second Life, type Verdigris into Search. It will land you in the middle of the sim. Above is a high wooden bridge that links Vintage Village with Centaurs’ Hall.