Welcome To Domus ai
beTtER design accessible by everyone
Domus ai is online home interior design service powered by artificial intelligence. it is developed by three students from mit, school of architecture and planning, and accelerated by mit designx and china future city lab.
domus ai is a system that understands the needs of the consumers; generates interior design that includes finishing, furniture, light fixtures, appliances, and equipment; real-time cost estimation; material information; supplier information; procurement information; and shop drawings. the hole process takes only a few minutes. once, the design is shown to users, they are also free to further CUSTOMISE by clicking on the furniture and surfaces and change them.
currently, domus ai is starting from the chinese market, and aims at empowering Interior Design Companies, Interior Design department of Developers, and Developers who want to expand business to Interior Design and Renovation.
to provide high-quality, customizable interior design at a revolutionary price, simply and instantly with artificial intelligence.
Chaoyun Wu is the Founder and CEO of DomusAI. He is currently a Master of Architecture Candidate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Prior to MIT, he studied Architecture and Economics in Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. Chaoyun is an architect, craftsman, and a programmer.
Wenzhe is co-founder and CTO of DomusAI. He is a PHD candidate in Architecture Computation Group, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Wenzhe got a Bachelor of Architecture Degree from Southeast University in China, Master of Architecture from UCLA and Master of Science in Architecture from MIT. He focuses in the application of Artificial Intelligence technology in Architecture.
Woongki Sung is a researcher and designer who has a keen interest in interdisciplinary approaches in architectural design. He has participated in several projects that utilise contemporary technologies including AR/VR and AI for better architectural visualisation and presentation. Now he is completing his PhD. degree at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, focusing on making a machine that can reveal underlying structures of architectural designs from examples.