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.
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.
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.
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.
Hidden installation was the primary goal for this project, and with its successful achievement, this award-winning home features system integration residing within simple elegance.
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.
Space is at a premium in a Manhattan apartment. Homeowners who want to fit technology into a snug three-bedroom.