Clean lines, extreme attention to detail and a minimalist style were the commanding pillars of this elaborate custom home project. Its construction, design, and technology integration were all honed around a very specific cosmetic formula that the clients of the project, who were both architects themselves, wanted to see upheld when laying out the plans for their expansive home.
“We worked very closely with the builder and clients on almost every aspect of this home, from initial design to wiring to final install,” said the team at Lelch Audio Video. “We used product lines that would not only provide the lifestyle experience the clients wanted but were also aesthetically in step with the home’s clean lines and minimalist style.”
That ability to work with the construction and design teams proved crucial in ensuring every aspect of the home met at one unified point. At least, the judges in the CE Pro Home of the Year Awards for 2022, earning the project a Silver award for its design-forward implementation of technology.
Who knew you could make so much look like so little?
Lech Employs Minimalist Technology to Astounding Effect
Considering Lech Audio Video often works with clients requesting the technology stays behind the scenes, the team had a great pool of discreet technologies and concealment techniques would help fit its systems into the minimalist style the clients desired.
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The company installed motorized Lutron roller shades, Sonos whole-house audio combined with Sonance Invisible Speakers, Axis surveillance cameras, a Nexus 21 TV lift, and tied it all together on the Control4 Automation Platform
One of the most impressive sleights of hand, however, must happen in the living room. There, Lech installed a massive display into a mechanical housing, which, when activated, lifts the television from below up to ideal viewing height. An inclusion of Sonance Invisible Series Speakers only add to the effect, as the ensuing audio experience seems to be plucked from thin air.