1. E-commerce: Startup by IITians ‘Houssup’ officially launches; to provide interior design solutions

E-commerce: Startup by IITians ‘Houssup’ officially launches; to provide interior design solutions

Houssup, an end-to-end interior decor solutions platform, announced its official launch. The startup provides an innovative and cost-effective approach.

By: | Updated: June 22, 2016 1:44 PM
houssup, houssup funding, houssup founders, startup, start-up, startups in India, seed funding, websites, online news, startup news, ecommerce, ecommerce in India Houssup provides an immersive 360-degree design demonstration before its implementation which will help the customers in visualising how each of the chosen patterns will look in reality. (Website)

Houssup, an end-to-end interior decor solutions platform, announced its official launch. The startup provides an innovative and cost-effective approach.

Houssup provides an immersive 360-degree design demonstration before its implementation which will help the customers in visualising how each of the chosen patterns will look in reality.

It employs the use of Virtual Reality Gadget that renders high-quality graphics of the design selected by the customer.

There is a wide choice of design templates which Houssup claims to have been prepared by international interior designers and architects. There is also a provision of creating a mood board that matches their taste, preferences, and personality to refine designs according to individual needs.

Further, the platform also assists its consumers to set-up one-on-one meetings with designers and architects for better implementation of a design.

With a target to operate in over 100 cities by the end of this year, the cutting-edge start-up incorporated by IITians, already has 50 consultations, 2 completions, 12 ongoing projects pan-India.

At the launch, Hemant Singh, Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer said, “Today, Indian consumers are highly discerning and exacting when it comes to the decor and design of their homes and corporate spaces. A major problem in this realm is finding the right interior designer and also visualising how a blueprint will actually appear after its application. We are trying to solve both of these.”

 

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