Today we’re announcing the launch of the Data-Driven Interior Design Program to partner and collaborate with educational institutions, schools, universities, and dedicated researchers.
Planner 5D helps more than 70 million users who have created over 300 million projects improve their living or working spaces, renovate their homes, and change the look and feel of places they belong to.
Our team strives to support science and research in the field of interior design and architecture. This is why we’re launching a dedicated program for those who have a particular interest in the future of interior design, parametric design, or people’s design habits in various cultures — We invite universities and dedicated researchers to collaborate and develop joint research to provide insights, test the hypothesis, or answer any questions about the future of the industry.
“We understand that the technologies we’ve built and the expertise we have collected over the years could be immensely helpful for various studies, from parametric design and architecture to sociology. We’re launching the Data-Driven Interior Design Program to help scientists explore new areas and validate their theories”, Andrey Ustyugov, Planner 5D CEO, says.
Anyone interested in cooperating with Planner 5D can fill in a short questionnaire available here.