This client’s goal was to have a multipurpose space that was suitable for a young family. The room in the house was located next to the outdoor entertainment area, by the pool. it was Initially designed as a TV room, so the client could watch content while overseeing his kids, but, at night, or when the family wanted to transform the space, It needed to be turned Into an Immersive media room.
Design was key- the client didn’t want it to look like a typical cinema room and they didn’t want to see bulky equipment anywhere In the space. The tech had to be Integrated Into the existing design.
Two of the walls in the media room were glass this posed a massive threat to the amount of ambient light coming Into the room. BNC Technology recommended the Installation of a 75in screen for daytime viewing and a motorized high-gain screen for the evening. or when the light was at a tolerable level. The customer didn’t want curtains, so blinds were the only option.
When It came to speakers, conventional subwoofer placement was Impossible, as the front cabinets which housed the equipment rack could not accommodate them without losing further space in the room. This meant BNC Technology had to create an acoustically transparent celling and then mount all the subwoofers from It. Rear and surround sound speakers were all mounted in the celling as wall space was not available. Removable celling panels In sections were Installed, allowing access If required.
With all the tech hidden away. the room looked ultra- clean from a design perspective, which was one of the main objectives.