Lighting sets the scene in every home. For a dinner party in the Dining Room of The Art Collector’s Townhouse, downlights over the table, cove lighting in the ceiling, and spotlights to showcase the art collection can be brought up on command with the touch of programmed presets on local keypads or using the touchscreens throughout the residence.
Downlights, LED cove lighting, and gallery lighting over the whimsical paintings in The Enchanted Theater make this Dedicated Home Theater a special place for movie nights or simply entertaining.
In the Dedicated Home Theater of The Entertainment Marvel, the homeowners can select a specific color for the LED cove lights to match the mood of the movie — or use a preset that cycles through multiple colors automatically for party nights.
Just one tap on the touchscreen is all it takes to bring up the lighting preset programmed for this Sports Bar.
Just like at the cinema, with a touch of a button the overhead lights fade to black, the sconces are lowered to a faint glow, and pathway lights are illuminated at the start of the show at the Tailored Palisades Home‘s Dedicated Home Theater.
The open Stairway at Osbee’s Manhattan Penthouse 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.
All the light fixtures in the Manhattan Penthouse‘s Primary Bedroom can be controlled by a single wall-mounted keypad, or by using the small touchscreen on the nightstand.
Single keypads throughout The Mansion in the Sky replace banks of traditional switches and are programmed to give simple one-touch control of shades, drapes, and lighting presets to suit the family’s lifestyle.
Working closely with the architect and Interior Designer, Osbee engineered placement of light fixtures in the soffits in the Primary Bedroom at The Miami Beach Ocean Vista.