Sound Sense took charge of the entire project from commencement to completion, including project blueprinting, interior design, integration, installation, and client handover. The client — a busy workaholic who spends every waking moment at the office — wanted Sound Sense to design an ‘escape from reality’ cinema room adjacent to his office. He requested a unique, discreet, world-class home cinema with a large screen and a seating capacity for 5-7 people.
Due to the cinema room being located next to the office, noise isolation was a top priority for Sound Sense. To help the client understand the importance of acoustics both in and out of the room, the integrator provided him with a VR experience of the room set up. This allowed the team to explain how sound will be heard with and without acoustic treatment. It also provided the opportunity for him to experience varying screen sizes and resulted in him opting for a larger screen.
The client wanted to have various ambient lighting scenarios to set the tone of the room based on his mood. Sound Sense customised the required solutions with diffused RGB lighting. As the colour of the lights shift, the tone of the room changes.
Working within a stringent timeline of 2 to 2 ½ months, Sound Sense delivered an immersive 7.2.4 Dolby Atmos cinema room that is stunning to look at and hits the key points on the client brief — the best AV experience possible, mood lighting, room ventilation, acoustically sound, and control via one single device.