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Project Profiles

Each custom home theater or home automation project that EDG embarks on presents its own unique challenges.More-often-than-not, it involves satisfying our client's wishes while working within the parameters of existing architectural limitations. Our project profiles offer a unique perspective of some of the more challenging home theater construction projects we've undertaken. We present these challenges for your consideration, detail how we went about meeting them, and finish up with some truly stunning photos of the finished installation.

 

9/25/2009 September Project Profile

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. Think of it as home theater for the condo crowd, and this New Jersey high-rise on the Hudson, with views of the Manhattan skyline, has a theater that’s sure to wow residents and guests alike…
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5/13/2009 May Project Profile

Our client had long been enjoying the dedicated theater room our company had done 14 years ago in their summer beach retreat. Right from the start, the modest 15 x 20 feet room was intended for one purpose only: complete immersion in a great movie experience. Fancy trim work and art-deco details were spared in favor of high performance gear, straightforward acoustical design, and dark room décor that would maximize image contrast…
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4/16/2009 April Project Profile

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. Thanks to his vision and EDG’s long experience in realizing its customers’ dreams, the end result, described below, took top honors in the Best Fun Room category of Electronic House magazine’s 2009 Home of The Year Awards competition.
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2/6/2009 February Project Profile

This client had a modest-sized finished basement that went largely unused thanks to its outdated décor and uninviting lack of “warmth.” Their wish was to have a high performance home theater that would form the centerpiece of their recreation area, functioning as both a dedicated theater space for movies while also accommodating many guests for sports events. In designing the theater, EDG needed to stay true to the client’s desire to watch sports on the big screen…
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1/7/2009 January Project Profile

Our client, a family of four with small children, wanted a fully integrated 20,000 square foot home with the ability to control lighting, multi-room audio, HVAC, pool/spa, garage, and cameras from touchpanels and PCs throughout the home. This ambitious new construction project demanded clean walls (i.e. no banks of switches, volume controls, thermostats, or remotes). With a home this size, it’s hard to keep track of everyone…
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12/10/2008 December Project Profile

The clients’ main objective was to have the ability to control all lighting and shading in their home, but to also have clean walls that were free of dimmers and switches. With roughly 17,000 square feet of space in the entire home, this was a large task which ended with an exceptionally breathtaking result. The clients requested motorized shades on the architectural style windows in the great room…
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11/11/2008 November Project Profile

The client’s primary goal was to have a dedicated home theater that could accommodate a large number of guests plus a bar area in the back of the theater for entertaining and food placement, all with unobstructed sight lines to a very large screen. The client also wanted a unique ceiling, and he did not want a projector to be hung in the center of it. Three other A/V companies told him these objectives could not be met, but EDG took the challenge
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10/12/2008 October Project Profile

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. The 10,000 square foot home, nestled in the hills of Morris County upon sprawling wooded grounds, has eighteen spacious rooms on four levels.
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9/24/2008 September Project Profile

The main objective of this project was to renovate two city apartments into one home and to create a completely integrated environment. The clients’ primary requests were for a seamless integration blended with aesthetics and interior design. All systems were to be integrated with the building’s intercom, including audio, video, HVAC, shades and a home network.
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7/2/2008 July Project Profile

This project is extremely unique in that this is a multi-disciplinary, referral only animal hospital which is open 24/7 365 days a year and doubles as a training hospital. With over 150 staff members who attend weekly presentations from manufacturers, and training presentations from guest lecturers on the newest surgical procedures in veterinary medicine, the space needed to have multiple purposes and be very flexible and easy to use
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