At Osbee’s Art Collector’s Townhouse, a high-definition projector and screen drop down from the motorized lift in the ceiling, transforming the Family Room into a casual Home Theater with full surround sound. Motorized draperies control the ambient light levels in the room for perfect viewing any time of day or night.
Upon command via a handheld remote, touchscreen, or iPad, a 42-inch TV rises from its hiding place in the custom-built cabinet at Osbee’s Integrated Estate — the perfect way to bring a television into the bedroom without being intrusive. Selecting a custom preset, the motorized shades can be lowered at the same time as the TV rises, creating the optimal environment for television viewing.
With closet doors taking up virtually all the wall space in the Primary Bedroom at Osbee’s Manhattan Penthouse, a 32-inch TV drops down from a custom-engineered ceiling lift — and disappears from the room when not in use.
To provide comfortable viewing in the sharply angled Bedroom at Osbee’s Mansion In The Sky, a 42-inch TV rises on a custom lift and automatically swivels toward the bed. When it’s turned off, the TV disappears into the shallow cabinet, custom-engineered to contain the screen and lift mechanism, and to ensure adequate ventilation.
As another example of Osbee’s inventive use of technology, a 26-inch TV in the Home Office at The Mansion in the Sky is mounted on a lift hidden in the cabinet — and files itself away automatically when not in use.