Residential Installation in Converted Church
This Notting Hill Church AV Project took place in 2008 in a two apartment conversion of an iconic Notting Hill Church. The Notting Hill Church AV installation consisted of a fully integrated Crestron control system and a high-end bespoke cinema room. The installation also contained a Kaleidescape system for the clients movie library.
The control system integrated with the Crestron lighting control system, security alarm, communal intercom and the audio visual systems within the apartment. We used a combination of Crestron TPS6L in-wall touchscreens, TPS-6x handheld controllers and TPMC4XG remotes. The client later added iPad Minis to the system in all rooms.
The cinema consisted of an Aerial Acoustics SYSTEM 1 front-wall arrangement. SYSTEM 1 is an exceptionally capable multi-channel speaker system that surrounds large format video screens to form an integrated unit only twelve inches deep and barely wider than the screen itself.
An impressive assemblage of audio technologies, SYSTEM 1 employs twenty-five custom-designed drivers within its high-performance left, center, and right channel loudspeakers and twin high-output subwoofers. Legendary Aerial performance is discreetly integrated within a slender, unobtrusive unit.
Overall, we were really impressed with the service and the end product. At the outset we knew nothing about AV systems or what was on offer but they clearly explained the options and came up with a system which met our needs. The engineers doing the install were very professional, left no mess and provided an excellent service in terms of ensuring the system was set up and working properly, and were also very patient in explaining how the system operated.