Hoko Design the "Uber for Architecture"
The ‘Uber for architecture’ Hoko Design expands across the UK under ambitious growth plans.
14:23 02 March 2021
Glasgow start-up Hoko Design, which has been described as ‘Uber for architecture’, has recently opened six studios following a £400,000 investment. The expansion provides the firm coverage of the north of Scotland, north and south London, Bristol and the south west of England, Birmingham and the West Midlands, and Brighton and the south east.
Founded in 2019, the firm specialises in providing one-stop-shop client experience for homeowners seeking to improve their living spaces with the help of architecture and design experts. The firm uses cutting-edge technology, including virtual reality and a full interior design service in helping its clients put their interior design vision to reality.
Campbell, founder and chief executive, said: “The Hoko mission has always been to provide the perfect home remodelling experience for homeowners.
“The traditional architecture process can be complicated, inaccessible, and out of line with advances in customer experience in other industries.
“As news of our success spreads, we have seen rising demand for our brand of residential architecture across the UK, particularly during lockdown, and these new studios in these six areas provide the perfect platform to service that demand.
“The six new additions to our team of talented architects working nationwide to deliver Hoko’s streamlined one-stop shop experience, customer experience. Working with a fantastic network of local suppliers and tradespeople, we are able to take the hassle out of home improvement, and deliver the highest quality projects from start to finish.”