Crestron has added to its lineup of worldwide Experience Centers and Design Showrooms. Located in the world-famous DCOTA Design Center of the Americas in Dania Beach, FL, Crestron’s showroom is the ideal setting for interior designers, lighting designers, builders, technology professionals, architects, and homeowners to experience firsthand how Crestron technology can be stylishly blended into real life settings.
Featuring a living room, kitchen, master suite, and home office, along with a learning space for seminar events, the showroom showcases everything from automated shading and lighting to fully integrated environmental and AV controls for the home. The emphasis is on style and providing welcoming and beautiful functional spaces in which guests can experience how design meets Crestron technology to enhance their lifestyle and complement any décor.
“The new showroom makes it easy for the design community in South Florida and beyond to learn about the endless possibilities Crestron technology offers, and discover how it can seamlessly blend with any interior design,” said John Clancy, Crestron vice president of residential.
To deliver this multisensory experience, Crestron has partnered with leading manufacturers including Miele appliances, Smallbone furniture, 4141 Design for Maxalto furniture, Kravet Fabrics, Duralee Fabrics, Romo Fabrics, Lumiron (linear and color change LED fixtures), Wall-Smart (wall mounts), and LDVC Art Concierge Services (art).
Interested parties can schedule a personal tour of the new South Florida Design Showroom by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by visiting crestron.com/showroom.
As part of the DCOTA Summer International Design Series, July 28, 2016 Crestron will host an open house along with a continuing education seminar for interior designers titled, “Residential Design Meets Technology.” For Crestron technology professionals, a grand opening event on August 18, 2016 will include education on Crestron Pyng software, shading solutions, and DigitalMedia technology, followed by a celebration reception.