Atmos wants to make designing a house as simple as a single click. Well, that vision is now getting a double click from VCs.
The company, which we profiled back in July, announced today that it raised another $4 million, this time from Evan Moore at Khosla Ventures, real estate strategic investors like David Gerster at JLL Spark and Lennar board member Scott Stowell, as well as individuals like Adam Nash of Dropbox and TikTok star Josh Richards, who I guess has turned that whole concept of hype houses into a real estate investment thesis. Or something.
That’s on top of the company’s earlier $2 million seed round, bringing the total funds raised to $6 million if this desk calculator is functioning.
Atmos has made even more progress since they graduated from YC earlier this year. According to CEO Nick Donahue, users have started designing the “first dozen homes” on the platform, and the first home designed through Atmos has now broken ground on construction.
The company has also done an acqui-hire to expand its team, and it is growing its technology to allow users to more easily visualize their housing designs within the context of specific property lots.
If you’re curious about the company’s founding story and more of what they are doing, definitely read more from our story just a few weeks ago.