The initial brief from the client was based on the home being renovated to be sold once completed, however the systems and fittings were to be of a high standard should the clients own family choose to live there.
The client had lived in houses that had no lighting control and loved the idea of a goodnight button and lighting controlled with sensors.
Our client also wanted one company who “does it all” and asked us to design a full system for installation. “Keep it smart, keep it stylish, and keep it simple” was the watchword.
The systems and fittings were integrated with a focus on the interior design aspects whilst remaining easy and simple to use. Clean lines have been maintained on the ceilings throughout the house with the use of rectangular speakers to line up with rectangular light fittings. Miniature recessed smoke detectors and miniature recessed PIR’s also kept the interior designer and architect happy.
Vantage lighting keypads have uniform measurements from architraves while miniature recessed IR beams on en-suite doorways provide a discrete way of triggering all en-suites lights at night, the “goodnight” button the client requested was expanded upon to turn off all lighting and AV equipment and arm the perimeter of the home ensuring the doors are all secure.