Florida ‘White House’ Decked Out with Fully Integrated System

Florida ‘White House’ Decked Out with Fully Integrated SystemBy Jason Knott, October 15, 2012

It’s not the White House, but it might be better.Boca Theater & Automation recently completed a massive fully integrated installation at a 12,000-square-foot “White House” (you will see why it has that name when you check out the photo gallery).

The job, which was a finalist in the Lutron Excellence Awards, includes 19 separate work orders with the centerpieces of the installation being a custom lift that rises from the floor of the master bedroom to reveal a flat panel TV, a 103-inch Runco flat panel in the living room displaying digital art, a dedicated home theater, a master bath with his and hers touchpanels, an office with electronic glass, an outdoor entertainment area, and a custom TV lift in the kitchen.

“This cutting-edge home is defined by its avant-garde style and attention to detail,” says Brad Bergoine of Boca Theater & Automation. The 19 work orders include:

  • Whole house audio
  • Lutron whole-house lighting control
  • Lutron whole-house shades and shade control
  • Central vacuum
  • Centralized equipment racks for audio, networking, control, A/V distribution and phone
  • Outdoor audio
  • Exterior flat panels and control, including a 32-inch SunBriteTV
  • Motorized kitchen TV lift
  • Separate central vac for the guest house
  • Bathroom mirror TVs
  • Under-bed lift for upstairs bedroom
  • Cinema Design Group inc. (CDGi) dedicated theater interior, including acoustics
  • Dedicated home theater electronics
  • Central vac piping, pre-wire additions, speaker modifications
  • Master bath TVs
  • Surround-sound system for a three-TV setup in the den, including a 65-inch Samsung
  • 103-inch plasma and invisible speakers in the living room
  • CDGi seating with D-Box
  • Office projection system
  • Walk-through shower TV
  • Master bedroom TV lift
  • Alarm system

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