Tech company All3D has launched a new subscription plan for interior designers that allows them to create interior landscapes and virtually interact with clients in real time.
SAN FRANCISCO — Technology company All3D has introduced several new subscription packages that allow interior designers to easily create 3D models of roomscapes to show clients.
“Our platform is like Canva for 3D,” said company founder and CEO Amra Tareen. “Designers are key to our entire ecosystem. We started building the platform in March 2020 and have created a library of digital assets that allows our subscribers to design a room with salable products.
Designers can use the platform with their clients as it offers a sharing capability that allows multiple people to review room layouts and collaborate on the final design.
All3D has collaborated with 3D modelers around the world and offers virtual tours to its subscribers to guide them in using the platform. The basic package costs $100 per month; there is also a professional page at $350 per month and the premium plan at $1,000 per month. Designers can also sign up for a free trial.
“The platform is self-service so designers can easily use it,” Tareen added. “We own all the intellectual property, which is a real asset. It’s great to see the creators of the program taking items from stores and bringing their visions to life.
All3D also works with companies like Hooker Furnishings and Skyline Furniture on a subscription basis to create digital assets to create marketing and sales materials.
“We’re thrilled to add Hooker Furnishings to our growing list of great companies using All3D to reduce marketing costs and get new products to market faster,” said Tareen. “By partnering with us on a subscription agreement, Hooker Furnishings will have unlimited use of our platform to create exciting new products and marketing images. Our platform allows us to tailor images to the customer rather than using a predefined library of virtual scenes.
All3D is raising seed capital on a crowdfunding platform called Republic with a seed investment that costs just $150.
“We would love for the furniture industry to invest in a women-led technology company and join us on our journey,” Tareen added.