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Dangerous Decibels

Envision a subwoofer that was designed for use in a 10,000 square foot commercial theater. Now, imagine taking not one but two of these same subwoofers and incorporating them into a 700 square foot residential theater. Implementing incredible audio in a high performance home theater is what this project was all about.

Minimalistic & Simplistic

In this project, EDG worked with the client’s minimalistic expectations to provide a continuous, simple design theme throughout their home. They asked for a home automation system that complimented their clean, modern minimalist home and increase energy-efficiency and privacy.

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.

A Gilded Experience

One of our client’s neighbors called Electronics Design Group because they were going to construct an addition onto their existing estate and wanted a media system area in it.

Grand Retreat

The client wanted the ability to manage his estate homes whole house Audio, Lighting, Pool/Spa and Security from several key areas, and to do so in a very simple, intuitive manner.

High-Styled Community Theater

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.

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.

Elegance At Twilight

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.

El Toro

This client had a modest-sized finished basement that went largely unused thanks to its outdated décor and uninviting lack of "warmth."

Custom Touch

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.

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