Integrator and Builder Collaborate to Create Technology Disappearing Act in Smart Home

Boca Raton-based Compson Homes was not aware of the evolution of hidden technology until a Wall-Smart mount opened the door to a world of new possibilities.

Integrator and Builder Collaborate to Create Technology Disappearing Act in Smart Home
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Technology can dramatically enhance home environments, adding convenience, comfort, and connectivity. But it can also raise havoc with design and architecture. At least that’s what the custom builders at Boca Raton-based Compson Homes thought. This belief was quickly dispelled, however, when a line of mounting hardware from Wall-Smart introduced the company to the idea that homes could be both tech-focused and design-focused.

Introduced to Compson Homes by the low-voltage contractors at TYM Home Technology Design at the onset of a recent project, the mounts turned what could have been a new home overwhelmed by unsightly smart devices into a thing of unparalleled beauty.

Having integrated a wide variety of systems into hundreds of luxury homes, TYM was well aware of builders’ concerns over the impact of tech on the home’s architecture and interior design.

The possibility for a clash definitely existed in this home, as the owners had requested a huge array of smart home features: color-changing circadian lighting, more than a dozen voice assistants, automated window shades, and plenty of touchscreens and keypads to manage it all. The clincher: None of the technology could detract from the clean, modern decor.

Wall-Smart Mounts Help Tech Fit Naturally With Home Design

In order to fulfil the need for a bevvy of new bits of technology while also remaining true to the home’s design, TYM suggested using mounts to downplay the appearance of the devices. Recessed into the simple, easy-to-install wall and ceiling mounts, the 13 voice assistants from, plus seven touchpanels and four thermostats from Savant sit flush with the home’s solid stone and stucco surfaces.

“The Wall-Smart mounts make these devices look like a seamless part of the walls and ceilings, barely imperceptible yet easily accessible to the homeowners,” says TYM vice president Greg Montgomery. “The beauty of the home was preserved without adding construction or design complexities to the workflow.”

The remarkable result, thanks in part to the clever and covert implementation of technology, is a visually stunning and smart residence tailored perfectly to the tastes of its owners.

The best part? The owners have the best of both worlds—technology that enhances their lifestyle and a design that is drop-dead gorgeous. What began somewhat as an experiment to obscure technology turned into a legitimate smart home solution for Compson Homes.

Take a look at what Compson Homes and TYM came up with here!