In these 6 single-family villas project there was a need to manage in each one of them the control of different functions within the home system, such as: 56 blind and shutter motors, 12 underfloor heating zones and 9 Mitsubishi Electric air conditioning zones, flood, smoke and gas technical alarms, intercom inside the houses and video door entry communication with the external units and of course the lighting and general scenarios that needed to be integrated as well.
As part of a renovation of their luxury condo on Siesta Key Beach, Florida, the homeowners wanted to upgrade their Vantage lighting control system with modern keypads to complement the home’s new look. Vantage newest EasyTouch Glass keypads offered a more elegant look and fewer buttons for a less complicated control experience. To cut down on the buttons needed and simplify the control experience, one-touch scenes were programmed. These scenes allow for control over entire rooms, while still maintaining discrete control over a few choice lighting loads, like the dining room chandelier. In addition, the condo’s existing lighting scenes — “All On” and “All Off” — required modifications to provide independent lighting control for the owners’ children in the guest suites.
This is one beautiful residence whose refined and essential design draws on an almost minimalist living space approach while meeting realistic functionality concerns for the homeowner.
The interior designer and owner of this 75 sqm apartment was looking for a reliable home automation installation with not only new but really innovative features, he thus started to explore our smart solutions for his new home.
This amazing villa, with beautiful marble floors, exquisite rooms and a magnificent home theater, needed a sophisticated but easy-to-use system, with sleek and elegant controls. Innovative solutions, designed to add comfort, convenience, and safety to the spaces that matter most for the owners, ensure audio distribution throughout the rooms, full control of lighting, clima, sources and blinds.
Full control, design and simplicity for this superior Spanish apartment
July 28, 2020
After a water leak detection, the owner was looking into a smart and modern solution for his modern apartment in Los Granados Golf, Spain, and the integration with Vantage thicked all the boxes for this project.
Italian residence perfectly combines tradition, art and technology
June 22, 2020
The owner is possessing an important amount of art gallery products, so he needed an exquisite look & feel for the home automation solutions. The solution needed to include the possibility to handle multiple climate applications, full audio and entertainment integration, as well as lighting scenes, to highlight the art pieces in the residence. In addition, the system needed to feature the latest technology, while merging with a traditional look structure, having also the ability to integrate with shading and AV systems to create one-touch scenic presets. Also, it needed to integrate with the Video Door Entry system from BTicino, MyHOME.
Exquisite property incorporating sophistication through ultimate technology
May 20, 2020
This exclusive property offers panoramic sea and golf views, as well as easy access to the coast and all amenities, including top golf courses, which the location is very known for. The house has 6 bedrooms, a home theater, gym, indoor pool, and needed a sophisticated but easy-to-use system with sleek and elegant controls. In addition, the system had to feature the latest technology, with the ability to integrate AV systems to create one-touch scenic presets for the future owner.
Naple’s beach apartment perfectly combines smart technology with luxurious design
September 24, 2019
The client has the ability to control all types of lighting technologies through either a centralized or decentralized system topology. Vantage provided complex control and integration, to the entire property.
Intuitive home technology for reliable integration
July 22, 2019
The dealer demonstrated the Vantage Equinox system to them and they were sold on its simplicity and the common look from the various control points on wall and in hand.
From the outset, the client had a clear expectation of what they required for lighting, security, AV and access control. Having suffered a bad experience with another automation brand in the past they were clear that they wanted a simple and reliable system
The Vantage system controls all lights, blinds, heating, fire, entertainment and security systems. Lighting is automatically activated by motion sensors in common areas, stairwells and the master suite, light level is adjusted based on time of day.
When nature’s perfectly blended with architecture & technology
June 25, 2019
With the Vantage system the possibilities were unlimited. All imaginable systems, heating, lighting, audio, video, alarm etc., were delicately integrated into a single system that offered the customer the ideal solution.
This residence features geothermal heating throughout the home and a solar/electric water heater. Vantage was tasked with developing a platform that provides control for the home’s renewable systems in addition to implementing energy-reducing solutions for traditional electrical components.
The apartment owners had unpleasant experiences with their previous old apartment regarding other control systems (consisting in frequent failures and limited features due to a lack of a complete integration for all types of applications). The convenience & the fully integrated solutions brought by the Vantage system convinced the owners to implement and upgrade their apartment.
Since the owner of the property is not often present, he has to be able to use the functionalities of the automation system remotely. Integration with all systems in the house (music, curtains, etc.) was important in order to reach the highest level of comfort.
This is a new home. One of the family members has a disability and is confined to a wheelchair. The challenge was to create a universally accessible environment with complete home control including lighting, comfort and all entertainment functions.
Casa Tres Soles is a beautiful upscale oceanfront home that sprawls along the Pacific Ocean seashore in Punta Mita, near Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. With 18,000 sq. ft. of luxury residence and over 20,000 sq. ft. of terraces, gardens, paths and patios. The homeowner’s main challenge was to effectively control lighting, shading, audio and other subsystems with simple operation. The owner was using premium materials in cabling, etc. and wanted a compatible system that offered robust equipment and excellent performance in an aggressive beach front environment that could withstand environmental effects.
The five newly-built villas are located at Mashan Island of Lake Taihu, a national 5A scenic spot where the Lingshan Buddha, Dragon Head islet and Mashan International Golf Club can be viewed from the villas. Due to the size and prestigious nature of the villas, the owner felt a need for an automated solution. The solution needed to include the ability to handle multiple climate applications (floor heating, air conditioning), full audio and entertainment integration, as well as lighting scenes.
This home offers a picturesque view of Lake Ontario along with a unique opportunity to see the Vantage Hybrid system design integrated into a project design. The homeowner, an Interior Designer, wanted to create a timeless beautiful home for her family while facilitating green energy. The home’s impressive size, complex geothermal heating and cooling system, custom lighting, dual irrigation systems, security and audio/video components had to be integrated together with a simplistic method of control. A generator providing emergency power also needed to be included. Initially the Vantage system controlled the main rooms of the home and integrated the house features seamlessly. After living with the system in the main areas for 2 yrs the remaining areas of the home were added to the Vantage system using RF Scenepoint Dimmers, existing Keypads were updated to new backlit engraved button styles.
This is a beautiful condominium near the Bay Bridge in San Francisco. The colors include red lacquer, crystal blue, liquid orange and brushed aluminum. The homeowner discovered Bticino Axolute in an architectural magazine and visited the San Francisco Vantage/Bticino showroom. The new project was already completed with a system in place provided by a competitor.
This existing home in the Hollywood Hills already contained a hard-wired network, but did not include wireless access. Audio and video sharing had been pre-wired but equipment had not been installed throughout the luxurious interior and exterior. With seven televisions, including one outside, distribution of HD satellite receivers was necessary. An outdoor entertaining area, including a rooftop patio, required the ability to control audio sources and volume.
Homeowner sought to be the first residence in Napa Valley, California to achieve LEED Platinum status – the highest rating awarded by the United States Green Building Council for residential and commercial construction. The home, originally built in 1956, would require substantial remodeling to meet the LEED goals.
John Elway has embraced the evolution of new technology as it has progressed for the last 25 years. The Elway’s home is 30 years old, a reliable wireless system was required to control 175 loads in their 15,000 square foot home. Energy saving with single button control and convenience were also key factors; with an emphasis on dramatic lighting scenarios and simple controls.
The residence is appointed with luxury furnishings, antiques and art work that required a precise yet dynamic lighting control solution along with integration of audio, video and shading. The initial challenge was to establish a lighting vocabulary consistent with the design including down lighting, wall wash and accent lighting. Discrete, small aperture fixtures were selected to keep the lighting from calling attention to itself. Due to the number of art pieces and the desire of the homeowners for a really warm feeling, energy efficient infrared coated low-voltage halogen lamps were selected. With the complex control environment the home owners required concise user interfaces that allowed for a combination of specific room control and mobile device control of all the sub-systems across the property
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