Athelstan House is part of The Orders of St John Care Trust, a highly respected charity that delivers flexible and fulfilling care for its clients. It’s team of registered nurses care for a variety of needs and offer residents a range of provisions for a balanced lifestyle.
The site wanted to improve their entertainment facilities and create an entertainment room which could be used for a variety of purposes. They needed a versatile dual-purpose room in which media could be enjoyed either on a large high definition TV or, on film nights, on a bigger cinema screen with a projector. High quality audio, and simplified control was also vital to make the whole system complete.
“To say that I’m very satisfied about the service we have been provided with is an understatement and the very least I can say. You have been helpful, honest, realistic, clear, not overpricing or overpromising, knowing exactly what would work for us without compromising on quality. The engineers who attended to the installation have all been very professional, helpful and are passionate about what they do. It is clear to me that your staff take pride in delivering a quality product. Well done to you all.”
Dennis Tahalele, Home Manager, Athelstan House
Design and install a fully integrated media and security solution sympathetic to the aesthetics of this beautiful 16th century home with easy, streamlined control systems. It was important to the homeowners to avoid unattractive wires and to provide simple yet effective control over their home.
To design, supply, install and commission an integrated system incorporating audio-visual, lighting, blinds, heating and security. Enable the central control of all electronic devices throughout the property. Deliver an extendable solution to later incorporate outbuildings, swimming pool and garden.
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’ £12m refurbishment programme to mark the 300th anniversary of the Hanoverian accession to the English throne.