The lecture theatre at UKAEA’s Culham site hasnot been upgraded since 1982. The brief was to bring the space into the 21st century by designing and installing a hybrid conferencing facility for meetings both within the theatre and online, where guests would be able to join remotely from all corners of the world.
This care home required a dual functioning cinema and media room that could be used for a variety of purposes. They needed a large HD TV, and also a bigger cinema screen with a projector. High quality audio was also required.
With a stunning new country home, the owners wanted to integrate modern technology within their home. Therefore, this home needed a variety of smart home features that would add more luxury to compliment the rest of the house.
For this project we were commissioned by heritage building experts Qoda to design and install a lighting system for the King’s State Apartments in Kensington Palace, as part of Historic Royal Palaces’ refurbishment programme.
We designed and installed a fully integrated media and security solution sympathetic to the aesthetics of this home with a streamlined control systems. It was important to avoid unattractive wires and to provide simple yet effective controls.
We were contracted to design and install an integrated home automation system for a property. It needed to include lighting, security, audio and HD TV satellite distribution, which was controlled via an iPad. The property received a lot of interest and sold quickly.
The College operated an analogue CCTV system with hard-wired cameras that were recording onto two hard disk recorders. When its new accommodation block was being planned it was decided to install an IP CCTV system and upgrade the entire system.