Cullinan Holdings’ co-founders David Blum and Connie Lefkowitz have made a strategic investment to acquire majority control and interest in House of Design Robotics.  

The investment by Cullinan was driven by the company’s plan to establish a new automated factory in the Northeast US and support the new industry’s product development.  

The partnership aligns with Cullinan’s strategic interests in the real estate development, hospitality, and medical sectors. 

With the backing of Cullinan, House of Design Robotics seeks to advance the use of automation and robotics in the off-site construction sector while tackling the global affordable housing crisis. 

Blum said: “This is more than a business transaction; it is a testament to Cullinan Holdings’ dedication to spearheading industry-defining robotic solutions. 

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“Integrating House of Design Robotics into our family marks a significant step in advancing automation in off-site construction. This union is not just about reshaping construction; it’s about reimagining how we approach fundamental societal issues.” 

House of Design Robotics provides advanced automated and robotic solutions designed for building components for off-site construction companies. 

House of Design Robotics CEO Shane Dittrich said: “This investment marks an important and exciting milestone in the history of House of Design Robotics. 

“We are so excited for the new ownership of House of Design, as it allows us to further expand and innovate with new products in the construction space. The new owners bring an exciting vision to change the way affordable housing is produced in America.”