Crafted, Considered Technology
 

# 06

Wilton Crescent

A PARISIAN GEM IN LONDON’S BELGRAVIA

 
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INSIGHT

When you collaborate with an architect who has the artistry of Bruno Moinard, you have to be on top of your game – these are the kind of challenges we relish.

 
 
Angus Gibson, Director, Lamont 
 

With door handles alone running into several thousand pounds, this was a project where the word compromise simply didn’t apply. Esteemed Parisian architect Bruno Moinard, was commissioned to bring his French flair to this seven-bedroomed family home in the heart of London’s fashionable Belgravia. Our role was to align ourselves to his vision and execute a whole house technology solution to the most exacting standards.

As expected in such a property, security was paramount; entry is via a sophisticated door-entry system with 24-hour remote for surveillance monitoring.

Comprehensive Lutron lighting and Crestron Control systems were installed throughout the property. A bespoke program was commissioned to allow each member of the family to have access to their own personal music, film and internet service from anywhere in the house. 

The technology extended to an eight-seater home cinema with high definition and 4K video hidden behind automated moving panels, and, the pièce de résistance, a fully-equipped subterranean night club complete with laser lighting and powerful B&W loudspeakers.

 
 
 

Our role was to align ourselves to the architect’s vision and execute everything with exacting detail.

Jamie Pickard, Senior Project Manager, Lamont
 
 
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KEY WORKS

Crestron Control Systems
Lutron Lighting
B&W Loudspeakers
 

A SENSITIVE SOLUTION FOR A COTSWOLD HOME

CASE STUDY #05

A Country House

From the outside, this picture-perfect 18th century, Grade II listed house had a mature garden that suggested it might have looked the same for the last 150 years.

METICULOUSLY INTEGRATED INTO A GRADE II LISTED BUILDING

CASE STUDY #01

Eaton Square

We were invited to collaborate with Symm Construction on a significant Grade II listed town house in Kensington.