How AI can redesign rooms in your house

  • January 16, 2024
  • Steve Rogerson

Taiwanese spatial computing technology firm Homee AI demonstrated at last week’s CES in Las Vegas how artificial intelligence (AI) can help someone redesign the rooms in their house.

Homee AI lets everyone simply open the camera on their smartphone and use it to look around whatever room they wish to redesign. The AI scans the room in 3D, learning its dimensions and current layout and design. Users can then remove, rotate or shift around their own furniture simply by clicking on it, and the AI will generate a new image, keeping the room’s measurements in mind.

Using spatial planning technology, this home furnishings AI could transform the furniture industry.

“We are honoured to showcase the technology and innovation on behalf of the Taiwan team,” said Kenny Du, CEO of Homee AI. “Our vision is that everyone can enjoy the fun of designing with artificial intelligence and create their own ideal living-space. Homee AI has launched cloud-based subscription AI software-as-a-services, and its corporate clients include furniture manufacturers, real-estate developers and interior design firms. Homee AI, in collaboration with industry leaders such as Nvidia, Google Cloud and others, will be launching a variety of AI solutions, ranging from real-estate developers, to renovation and design, to furniture layout, and so on.”

Homee AI was invited by the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) and the Taiwan Tech Arena (TTA) to demonstrate the Homee Optimal Planning Engine (Hope) at Taiwan Pavilion at CES. Hope is a large language model (LLM) that is specialised in the domain-knowledge of interior design. It provides design suggestions based on user preferences, reversing the traditional mode of interaction between people, spaces and interior design.

Homee AI ( provides AI for interior design and furniture retailing.