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Thank you for the presentation on the complex AV, lighting, window treatment and general technology integration control options available out in the market today. You make it look easy, and logical, with the help from the professionals that you all are… And for the delicious lunch.

Boddewyn Gaynor Architects

Articles for Architects

Explained: Your Network

Both the most boring and most important part of the connected home. There are three ways to go: Default: Whatever your Internet service provider gives you. All all-in-one box for wired and wireless Internet. Mesh: A collection of small boxes that plug in around your...

Conversation: Gary Gordon Architectural Lighting

Gary Gordon initially worked for a lighting designer expecting to take his knowledge back to his role as Architect. Instead he found his calling, initially launching his own firm, and literally writing the book on interior lighting. Gary agreed to sit down with us and...

Explained: Smarthome Control

Smarthome control breaks down into three tiers: Partitioned: Individual Apps for individual brands in your home. Mini Ecosystem: Popular brands dropped into a single App. Platform: Any brand woven into a single customizable platform. Partitioned lowest cost, highest...

Hanging, hiding & hooking up your TV

Modern TVs can be integrated into the home a lot of different ways. Before we go over each, here are some tips for traditional display hanging... Hanging your TV Metal studs (commonly found in NYC high rises) are not designed to hold the weight of a TV. Attach a back...

How to: Smart Shades

Shades have been the hardest piece of the smarthome equation for a long time. Fortunately options are growing.. Retrofit - Usually a small motor that attaches to your loop chain and pulls your shades for you. Wireless - Custom made all-in-one shades you (or a pro)...

Smart Lighting in 2018

You can accomplish smart lighting through three approaches: Adapting What's There: Smart bulbs, Wi-Fi-connected plugs... Keep your existing stuff and control it via voice or App. Going Wireless: Retrofit your existing wall switches with a new-and-improved wireless...

Conversation: Delson or Sherman Architects

We loved meeting design duo Perla Delson and Jeff Sherman. They were kind enough to sit down with us for our series of Architect interviews (and our first filmed interview!) We chat about their design style, process, and blending technology into their designs. Watch...

The 2nd Annual AIA CEU Summit

Yesterday was our 2nd annual AIA CEU Summit. With accredited courses by Lutron, Adler Windows, Savant, Seura and Sonance, we're proud to have elevated the Architect experience for continuing education. Thanks to all of our Architect friends for knocking out up to six...

Conversation: Designs by Human

Joe: You guys have an event, I think in a couple of weeks, right? Cloud9 Smart: Yeah, we are trying to create the least boring event for architects to go to and earn their AIA credits… You must interface with architects a lot. Is that how you normally get connected to...

Archtober

New York City's seventh annual Architecture and Design Month has begun. Archtober brings four weeks of activities, programs and exhibitions dedicated to the importance of design and architecture across the city. The official Archtober calendar features a tour-able...

Conversation: Jeff Jordan Architects

Did you come to New York right after studying Architecture in Michigan? No, once I graduated I moved out to California. I spent three years working in three different offices in San Francisco. And I met my wife out there. We both ended up going to graduate school at...

Events for Architects

We customize our educational events to address your technological pain points. Lunch & Learn options for AIA credit include Lighting Control Systems, Hiding Technology, Current Home Tech Options, and Green Living.