Foyers/Hallways

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Foyers/Hallways

     The keypad in the main stairwell of this Westchester, NY residence includes a lighting preset to turn off all the lights on the first floor as the family retires to the second floor.

    A single custom keypad in this Foyer gives simple one-touch control of shades, drapes, and lighting presets for the Kitchen and Dining Area.

    • In this Penthouse with commanding views of NYC's Central Park, motorized shades spanning two stories are programmed to automatically raise and lower based on the time of day and day of the year, or can be individually controlled by nearby keypads.

    In this Penthouse with commanding views of NYC's Central Park, motorized shades spanning two stories are programmed to automatically raise and lower based on the time of day and day of the year, or can be individually controlled by nearby keypads.

    With unobstructed views of Central Park and valuable artwork throughout this NYC residence, control over the environment is critical for proper exhibition and protection. The upper floor Gallery features automated control of the motorized shades, motorized drapery tracks, lighting, and HVAC.

    The first of several 15˝ touchscreens in this NYC Townhouse greets the homeowner in the Vestibule. Here, lights can be turned on anywhere in the home just by touching the desired areas on the floorplan-based graphical user interface (GUI).

    A single elegant keypad controls multiple preset lighting scenes for the Hallway and Staircase Gallery of this NYC residence.

    In the upstairs hallway of the NYC Townhouse, a custom wall switch controls lights and shades in several areas, as well as the electronic art collection. Or the homeowner can select the “party” button to instantly set the mood for entertaining.

    The open Stairway in this residence features several zones of lighting, all controlled by a single keypad at the bottom of the stairs and another one at the top. The inaccessible window is motorized so that it can be opened and closed from any touchscreen.

    Inspired by the meticulous lighting design and flush-mount light fixtures in Osbee’s office, the homeowner of this Greenwich, Connecticut commissioned Osbee to design the lighting layout and specify light fixtures, including this chandelier in the Foyer.

    The wall-mounted touchscreen in this Hallway lets the homeowner adjust humidity levels – and control every other system – throughout the home. The single keypad below the touchscreen controls lighting for four rooms.

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