Tuesday, 26 February 2008

PENTAGRAM ARCHITECTS RADIO CITY-INSPIRED HOME THEATRE


The theater has a series of round arches, which house 600 five-watt dimmer-controlled light bulbs that provide a light for when you need to find the remote control. And as in the Music Hall, the lights are positioned to glow away from the viewers. Pentagram has designed the theater to function like a TV room, but can also easily accommodate up to ten people. All of the surfaces in the room are covered in orange felt to help with the acoustics, and seating on the floor has been taken care of by Edelman Leather who custom made the beanbags. This house, which also boasts a large private outdoor space looking onto the Atlantic Ocean, recently won an American Architecture Award for distinguished buildings and a Citation for Design in the AIA New York State Design Awards.

I love the colour and shape and basically the whole concept. Pentagram Architects have designed this home theater.

2 comments:

Knikki said...

Ah man that looks cool.

Home Theatre said...

The image itself is so amazing. It simply shows how great to watch a movie with your love ones at home. This is probably a great place for family bonding.