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.
You don't need to build a new house to gain a home theater.
They call it custom electronics for a reason. Here in this highrise suite along Manhattan’s Central Park South, the couple had precise requirements that didn’t exactly fit a cookie-cutter design for music, video and home control.
Most families have at least one techie. But how does the rest of the family cope with sophisticated electronics?
There’s no shortage of video options in this spacious New Jersey home.
Sure, it’s important to choose great-sound speakers and amplifiers for a home theater.
The clients’ main objective was to have the ability to control all lighting and shading in their home, but to also have clean walls that were free of dimmers and switches.
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.
Forty-thousand-square-feet of amenities come with residency at the Aldyn, a premier luxury high-rise condominium building on Riverside Drive in Manhattan.
Some of the most creative work comes out of the least likely places. Take this garage multiplex in New Jersey.