The CEDIA Awards honour the best projects completed by home technology professional members in the past year, and Electronic Living were awarded in three categories: Best Integrated Home Level III, Best Home Cinema Level III, Best Integrated Home Level I.
The Highvale Residence won two awards – “Best Integrated Home – Level III ($300,000 – $450,000)” and “Best Home Cinema – Level II ($50,000 – $150,000)”. The Ascot Residence was awarded as a finalist – “Best Integrated Home – Level I ($150,000 & Under)”. The projects were evaluated by a global panel of judges with various areas of industry expertise.
Managing Director of Electronic Living, Damian Cavanagh, was also recognised and awarded the Golden Paul Award on the night as the ‘Most Influential Person’ in the integrated home technology industry, and acknowledged that “there are many moving parts to make the Electronic Living wheels spin” before accepting the award on behalf of his team of “dedicated and talented people.”
The awards are yet another testament to just how much Electronic Living have continuously raised the bar when it comes to incredible automation systems that enhance the performance, security, and livability of our Queensland homes.
You can view their residential project gallery on their website. And keep an eye out for our up coming Spring/Summer 2017 issue for the full feature on the Ascot residence, which was one of these CEDIA award-winning projects.