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