Las Palmas

Incorporating the latest in smart home technology from Control4 & many other class leading brands, Las Palmas is a mid-century modern smart home perched along the banks of the beautiful Noosa River. Due to the mid-century modern design, our client had little desire to see “tech”, so we were able to balance modern amenities & technology whilst remaining true to classic 60’s style. This is the thought process behind the TV that pops up from a sideboard, speakers mounted cleverly in-ceiling & virtually invisible, sensors placed discretely and security cameras carefully selected to look like lights. All technology has been masterfully installed & remains unobtrusive and subtle at all times allowing it to blend within the swingin’ style of the home whilst remaining true to our clients desire to include a smart home technology solution that is befitting of a modern 21st century home.

Featured as a groovy retro talking piece, a premium Hi Fi record player is cleverly integrated into the house system, which is positioned proudly near the main entrance & perfectly frames the mix of old & new style within the home – it all appears mid-century, but has the capabilities and qualities of a smart home straight out of the Jetsons!

Las Palmas is like a duck – it looks graceful and uncomplicated above water, but underneath, technically, it is a V8 firing on all cylinders!

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Architect: Tim Ditchfield Architects
Builder: GV Emanuel
Photographer: Scott Burrows Photographer
Videography: X Media

Electronic Living were a thorough, competent and extremely knowledgeable team to work with during this very special house build. Their can-do attitude towards all things AV and automation made the often complex and problematic challenge of home automation a simple and enjoyable one. The end results speak for themselves and really add value and usability to this stunning home. We will certainly be recommending them to prospective clients, especially for those projects that have a focus on zero compromise, fully featured architecture, which demands a sophisticated and seamless approach to technology integration.