When technology solutions are thoughtfully considered at the beginning of a new home build, the technology disappears and the experience becomes front and center. Our goal is to architect technology systems as seamless extensions of the home and the homeowner's lifestyle and preferences. And that's really what this project is all about.
Our clients wanted an outdoor space for multi-season entertaining. We designed an all-weather movie and music experience, complete with outdoor video, audio, and high-performance Wi-Fi connectivity that they can enjoy with friends and family from summer and into winter without missing a beat.
With 14 subwoofers and a full wall of McIntosh gear, this powerful home theater is more than ready to serve up any movie in our client's 4,500+ movie collection. Check out what might be the most powerful home theater on the east coast.
Our Philadelphia area clients wanted a multi-purpose media room: a place for movies, gaming, music listening, and entertaining. See how we worked together with our clients to balance best-in-class acoustic and cinematic performance while maintaining a designer's aesthetic.
When a gorgeous, mint-condition, 1972 Porsche 911T in gold metallic finish rolled up and into our car bays recently, we felt like we were receiving royalty. The owner had three requests: make it sound good, make it look good, and add a few conveniences not possible when it rolled off the line 47 years ago. Check it out.
So often clients approach us thinking they have to choose between a killer home theater system or a dedicated 2-channel stereo system. But you can in fact have the best of both worlds in one space. Check out this multi-purpose media room that combines Bowers & Wilkins Diamond Series speakers with McIntosh and Marantz components for a world-class 2-channel music listening set-up that doubles as a Dolby Atmos multi-channel home theater for movies.
Our clients’ basement renovation was focused around a goal to create a multi-use entertaining space. System Designer, Tommy Gillanders, went with a clean design where products could be heard but not seen, and controlled from a hidden, centralized location. Combining Sony, Focal, Marantz, and an intuitively programmed Universal Remote, the result is an incredible 5.1.4 Dolby Atmos surround sound system now proudly dubbed the client's "Man Cave".
Our client loves their Jeep Wrangler... with some exceptions: the sound quality was too poor, the volume too low, and the radio “too lame” (that’s a direct quote by the way). After an evaluation of the system, we were prepared to rock their world - check out the full installation!