If you’re in the building profession, you’ll know the importance of design and project management, which is why we ensure all our projects are meticulously designed and documented before the first cable is laid and professionally managed right through to completion.
We always prefer to work closely with the architect right from the initial stages to ensure that the integrity of the design is not compromised by technology. Modern architecture favours the clean, minimalist look, which doesn’t leave much room for technology, but the homeowner still wants the benefits of technology, so how can this be achieved without affecting the interior design? By introducing a home automation system, you’d be amazed how much you can hide from view!
JFK specialise in hidden technology solutions - here are some examples from recent projects:
- Invisible speakers – music you can hear but not see
- Landscape Audio – outdoor speakers and subwoofers hidden from sight
- Mirror and Gallery TVs – wall mounted televisions disguised as mirrors or artwork when not in use
- Centralised video – hide away all AV devices, removing the need for traditional joinery units under the TV
- Universal iPad control – remove the light switches, thermostats, security keypads and intercom from the wall and use a single touchscreen device instead.
- Aroma Systems – a different scent for every mood, appearing from nowhere at the touch of a button