The interior design industry is growing at a fast rate because of technological advancements. Standard procedures from just a decade ago are no longer in use.
Interior designers must accept new ways of working as technology advances. Startups can now employ 3D to provide clients with the best possible experience in terms of interior design and home renovation, and as a result, many of these businesses are receiving funding to expand.
Shatablee, a digital interior design and build platform addressing a variety of completing issues in the Egyptian market, has secured $1.2 million in funding to expand operations and thoroughly digitize the interior finishing journey.
Shatablee, which was founded in 2021, intends to digitally transform the traditional home finishing process by providing extraordinary solutions that allow all homeowners in gated neighborhoods to have access to a quicker, easier, and more cost-effective journey by combining a range of economic solutions on a single digital platform.
Shatablee helps customers to choose their unit type inside their home compound and then explore a gallery of numerous design packages ranging from premium to exclusive to luxury.
Following that, users can personalize the designs for each location within their unit, choose from a choice of financing options, and place their orders. Shatablee begins the building phase after the order is confirmed and completes the entire procedure in 90 days.
Shatablee’s founder and CEO, Moustafa Amer, claims that the market’s sheer breadth and diversity work in their favor.
Shatablee, he believes, is best positioned to address the asymmetries confronted by customers and professionals in the market, such as a lack of financing, a longer delivery time of up to 12 months, restricted price transparency, or the poor quality of houses established across many segments, particularly within gated communities.
The money gained, according to the CEO, will be utilized to support the startup’s ambitious expansion plans as well as the execution of its growth goals in its home market.
Ancient procedures such as hosting and maintaining a full library of product brochures or visiting with each client one-on-one are no longer in use. In the interior design sector, video conferences, virtual resource catalogs, and powdered 3D simulation technologies are becoming more widespread.
We’re all prepared for a surge into a 3D virtual world, especially with increased discussions about the internet’s future.
As a designer, there are tools that can help you work smarter, optimize your methods, and communicate strategies and plans to your clients more simply without having to go through the hassle of meeting with them.
Working with clients is also easier because of technology. You can provide a virtual alternative to hand drawings and actual materials for the customer to touch and hold rather than physically delivering them.
Technology is always evolving, allowing us to discover new and interesting ways to better our lives. Shatablee is all about allowing your consumers to browse through your designs from the comfort of their own homes thanks to the introduction of 3D technology.
Featured Image: Moustafa Amer, CEO nd Founder, Shatablee
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