BuildNext launches new BuildNext Homes mobile app experience for Indians looking to build their dream home

New Delhi / Hyderabad, September 14, 2022 – India’s leading Tech-enabled home builder, BuildNext ( has unveiled a brand-new mobile app driven experience for anyone looking to build their dream home in India. The BuildNext Homes App is now available for free download via the Apple App Store or Google Play.

This app is a must-have companion on the journey right from ideation of a home through design and product selection, planning and daily work progress tracking all the way to project handover and support. The App also provides a lot of useful and relevant information on everything home construction, as well as exclusive offers on BuildNext Homes.

“Our App now also enables a connected, integrated home customization experience at BuildNext Experience Centers”, expresses Dileep PG, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), BuildNext. He further emphasis that, “Users can walk in, scan mood boards and products curated by our architects; they can then immersively visualize the same in VR Trial Rooms and instantly know the cost impact of their choices using our patented technology”

“Our first aim post receiving funding was to upgrade the app with the new learnings which we have received over the last year. This was an important investment that now makes it possible for every Indian to build their dream home on BuildNext”, expresses Gopi Krishnan, Co-Founder & CEO, BuildNext.

Key feature capabilities include:

· Design & Plan

– Design style selection

– Product selection with mood boards

– 360 Virtual Tour of the design

– Drawings, documents and Bill of Quantities

· Build & Track

– Detailed construction timeline

– Daily site reports with measurements, photo updates and Quality Checks

– Activity feed and live video feeds from the site

– Queries and timely clarifications

BuildNext, Kochi based tech-enabled home builder, recently raised $3.5 million in a ‘pre-series A’ funding led by Pidilite Industries’ wholly-owned subsidiary – Madhumala Ventures. BuildNext is also backed by Konglo Ventures, Vineet Kumar (CEO, Native), and Deep Gupta (FatEngine), among others.

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