PROJECTS | Category | Media Room

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.

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.

Inconspicuous Integration

This urban abode required that the Electronics Design Group (EDG) team develop a collaborative relationship with a number of trades working on the job site in order to ensure the delivery of a pre-defined system to the client.

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.

Hidden Entertainment

Hidden Entertainment took home the CEA TechHome Universal Design Project of the Year. We took into consideration the client’s desire for a powerful media room that could get out of the way and allow for quality family bonding.

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.

Solitary Sound

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.

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.

Hand Crafted Charm

There's a great mystery to an elegant space with awesome water views that magically transforming into a spectacular electronic showcase.

A Room With Two Views

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.

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