Training for high school wrestlers can be “strenuous and monotonous,” says EDG founder Bob Gullo
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.
It's called an amenity space, and it's the hot new perk many luxury condominiums are offering to differentiate their residences from the pack.
No one ever said a home theater had to be inside the home. These New Jersey homeowners solved a dilemma that many four-season households face: how to enjoy the warm-weather months without giving up the comforts of home.
This home was designed by architect, Hiland Hall Turner, and built as a model by a premiere NJ builder, Roger Polo of Polo Master Builders, to showcase the builder's quality and expertise; its style, elegance, and overall build quality have exceeded all expectations.
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.”
Sure, it’s important to choose great-sound speakers and amplifiers for a home theater.
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.
In a perfect world, your home theater would be a regular rectangle with proper measurements of 14 x 20-feet topped by 9-foot ceilings.
EDG’s client for this project, a successful entrepreneur, had in mind to create the ultimate home for enjoying the company of friends and family.