Seeing is believing
Every private home cinema project we take on begins with computer aided design. We drew the floor, walls and ceiling before adding seating and speakers to complement the best cinema experience.
We’d also need to follow industry guidelines for the best quality and user experience. To that end, we positioned 13 speakers around the room in non-intrusive spots, with some hidden in the walls and ceilings. This would give the sound the best three-dimensional projection: just like a real cinema.
Similarly, CAD allows us to visualise the screen from the viewer’s perspective, making sure it is on spec and comfortable at the appropriate height.
While our computer images would guide the project, the shrewd eye of Keeley Green would bring it all together. She developed a panelled concept for the room, which we integrated with the walls for perfect symmetry. We managed to keep to her aesthetic without compromising speaker positions, lighting or user walkways.
With everything in situ, our client now enjoys a specialist anamorphic projection system with Dolby audio. Everything is fully customisable with a bespoke tablet interface or hand-held remote. With the touch of a button, guests can control dimming, lighting, screen position and of course, their viewing material.