A renovation of a New Jersey family's 25-year-old-house inspired the homeowners to turn their dark and dreary basement into a state-of-the-art home theater.
Clean lines, no clutter and NO visible Electronics! That was the criteria early on when we met this client to review the project.
This performance theatre was designed into a new-home construction project that did not have a basement or crawl space.
There's a great mystery to an elegant space with awesome water views that magically transforming into a spectacular electronic showcase.
The best way to experience the Super Bowl would, of course, be seats on the 50-yard line. But if you don't want to travel, the stunning advances in home theaters will allow you to view the game from the best seats in the house-your own.
Electronics Design Group used its considerable expertise in both commercial and residential installation to create what senior project manager John Montgomery describes as a state-of-the-art amenity space.
Most families have at least one techie. But how does the rest of the family cope with sophisticated electronics?
This project is extremely unique in that this is a multidisciplinary, referral only animal hospital which is open 24/7 365 days a year and doubles as a training hospital.
Thanks to modern technology boardrooms no longer need to be cluttered with flipcharts, overhead projectors, and white boards.
Some of the most creative work comes out of the least likely places. Take this garage multiplex in New Jersey.