This Rocky Mountain residence is a second home inspired by Japanese architecture and design. The integrator says that, “The primary design objective for the integrated technology system was ease-of-use and convenient control from anywhere. The clients wanted a home with all the bells and whistles of a permanent home but wanted to be able to easily manage it remotely as their second home while still living and running an international business in their primary residence.”
In addition to remote control and monitoring from out of state, keeping the aesthetic was key, which meant camouflaging the speakers for all 18 zones of audio and coming up with clever solutions for the 13 separate video viewing areas. Accomplishing the latter includes:
There’s a dedicated home cinema in this residence, and no less than 110 motorized Lutron Sivoia Roller Shades that manage the home’s sunlight and temperature without a user having to manually operate their window coverings.
Harrison adds, “Perhaps one of the most beautiful elements of the home is its lighting design. Distinctive lighting elements include beautiful backlit crystal stone in multiple rooms, rope lighting lining the floor trim of the giant spiral staircase, beautiful chandeliers throughout, and a star-like ceiling that shines over the dining room.”
Harrison Home Systems
5609 West Sixth Avenue Frontage Road North
Lakewood, CO 80214
CEDIA Member Since 2006