The designer and builder on this project had not worked with the winning firm before, but they went into the project with confidence — La Scala has established itself as one of the best in Vancouver, BC.
The company says: “We were able to give the owners’ trust in our ability to deliver a truly simple and reliable system that ties together all the technology of their home and integrates it tastefully with this main design aesthetic.
“Following up this invisible design criterium, we were asked to provide ‘best bang for the buck’ products for each system to keep the budget within their renovation allowance.
“To meet all the above criteria, we deployed a full house of invisible speakers, installed hidden televisions, designed and installed extra-large shading bands to cover double windows thus minimizing light gaps and much more.”
Our design judges noted this work, saying, “This home was nicely integrated with good documentation of user interface and collaboration. It’s clean – and the keypads are really cool.”
The Technology Meets Design award celebrates the best integration of technology that complements the design scheme for the room or home. The judges looked for projects that show a successful working partnership with the integrator and design and build industry partners.
Those judges were drawn from some of the finest architecture and interior design firms in the business.
This project also won the 2019 CEDIA award for Best Integrated Home, Level I.
1385 Boundary Road
Vancouver, BC V5K 4T9
CEDIA Member Since 1993
Marino General Contracting