CAN YOU SPOT THE HI-TECH HOME?
A west London project of ours was chosen by Telegraph property writer Emily Brooks as an example of a property that has put paid to the myth that high-tech homes can’t also be knock-your-socks-off beautiful. With a decorative scheme by architect-designer Rabih Hage, the Earl’s Court Square townhouse is supremely elegant and nowhere at all is the interior scheme marred by digital clutter.
DIGITAL CLUTTER DOESN’T COMPROMISE THE DESIGN
PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAKE FITZJONES
“If digital clutter is compromising design then you’re simply not doing it right” says Emily. She applauds Tillman Domotics integration for being incredibly discreet, barely interfering at all with Hage’s tranquil vision of herringbone oak floors, hand-painted walls and contemporary art. And yet there is lots of tech in this house, including our sumptuous home cinema tucked away in the lower basement.
TECHNOLOGY IS INTEGRATED WELL
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