A 1700s New Jersey farmhouse took on 21st Century whole-home automation without being unduly altered in its historic look.
Atlantic Marine Electronics (AME) demonstrates a textbook example of how canny planning can make technology a perfect fit in very tight quarters.
Discover how Montgomery, NY-based integrator iQuarters was able to outfit the latest home automation features into this all-glass house successfully—and unobtrusively.
This Boston Back Bay mansion was wired for high technology, harmoniously amalgamated with its retro design elements.
Explore this Florida condominium where elements of both art and audio meld seamlessly with cutting-edge integration solutions.
Lighting has become far more than an on-or-off proposition. Integrators who employ human-centric lighting strategies can help clients live better.
Eagle Sentry put on quite the display in one of their largest installs to-date. This Vegas Lights home has it all, including multiple home theaters, a car lift, Colorbeam lighting throughout the home, and more.
Home Theater of Long Island (HTOLI) stepped in to help complete this massive project after it was abandoned by the original installer.
The Simply Automated team brought integrated control to this newly-constructed home that blends high-tech with high-class design.
La Scala Integrated Media conducted this award-winning project that blurs the lines of what's possible with technology and design.