Rayva has announced the addition of four new interior design themes to its lineup of turnkey home theaters—Cross Beam, Contours, Main Street, and Rialto have been added to Rayva’s lineup and are available now for projects around the world. Curated by Rayva executive director Theo Kalomirakis, Rayva’s interior design themes can now be configured as part of a turnkey Rayva theater or as standalone elements.
“I am drawn to not only the overall look and feel of the different Rayva home theaters I’ve seen, but also, or perhaps moreover, the way they immerse you and pull you into whatever is playing on the screen or that you hear coming from the speakers,” says Toni Sabatino of New York-based interior design firm, Toni Sabatino Style. “Rayva’s design-forward approach and online Configurator tool make it easy for me to envision what’s possible.”
The Cross Beam theater is the result of a collaboration between Theo Kalomirakis and Broadway media director Howard Werner, who has worked on Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark, Bye, Bye, Birdie, Lysistrata Jones, Lestat, Meet me in St. Louis, The Grapes of Wrath, and A Streetcar Named Desire. Based on abstract shapes, this design uses beams of light from multiple sources to generate dynamic shapes on the walls of a room. An enlightening addition to the Rayva offering, the new Cross Beam interior features modular acoustical panels with inlaid LED lighting that can be changed to suit the mood or decor.
Rayva’s most affordable design theme is a visual interplay between trapezoid and rectangular fabric-wrapped frames that conceal acoustical treatments. LED lights that are available as an upgrade illuminate the short and long frames, and the changing colors of the LED lights create a variety of moods in the room. Contours is a complete turnkey theater complete with electronics and interiors for under $46,000.
Rayva’s Main Street theater reflects the architecture of yesteryear’s movie palaces. Rich in detail and with two choices of architectural grilles, the design is complemented with Rayva-selected moldings that the client’s contractor installs prior to the installation of the Rayva interior.
Rayva’s Rialto design represents the Art Deco opulence of movie theaters of the 1930s and 1940s. Like Rayva’s Main Street design theme, the Rialto offers a choice between two architectural grilles. A Rialto-theme room is complemented with custom moldings that the client’s contractor installs prior to the installation of the Rayva theater.
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