PROJECTS | Brand | Integra

Pre-War Aesthetics, Post-War Technology

Taking a 100 year old house and transforming it into a modern SmartHome while maintaining its original early-1900s aesthetic is a challenge. With this project, the clients wanted a fully integrated system throughout the house that would not affect the look and feel of their home.

Luxury SmartYard

The owners of a 14,000 sq ft property in New Jersey wanted to create an outdoor entertainment space for family and friends to enjoy. While in the process of investing time and money to update the electronic systems within the home, the clients made the decision to extend their upgrades to the outdoors. EDG was tasked with creating a comfortable party-like atmosphere so the clients could happily entertain outdoors, as well as indoors.

The Theater that Booms

A family of four turned to EDG when they were looking to finish their basement with an entertainment area involving a high-performance theater with a powerful audio system and a large screen.

Extreme Home, Controlled

The owner of this home has a research-driven creative side and wanted to see how far he could stretch a Control4 system’s capabilities across his home.

Training in Style

Training for high school wrestlers can be “strenuous and monotonous,” says EDG founder Bob Gullo

Modern Luxury

Modern Luxury, a two-story family home with a finished basement, won both Home Theater/Media Room Project of the Year and Ultimate Home of the Year.

Constellation Theater

Constellation Theater - The system, designed for ease of use with the Control4 OSD (On screen Display) and handheld remote makes operation simple and intuitive.

Fortune’s Favor

This theater was installed in an existing home which had a sheet rocked room with drop ceiling and carpet glued to the floor - the room was a rectangular box.

Clean Entertainment

It's a request Electronic Design Group hears often. Consumers want music in nearly every room and easy access to audio and video entertainment, but they don't want to see the speakers, boxes, and cables driving it.

Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On

Every home theater starts with a seed and then grows from there. The idea for this Long Island project started with homeowner’s wish for “big sound and big picture.”

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