Crestron launches newly-refurbished London showroom to target top tech boutique hotels


Crestron has announced it is opening its newly designed London showroom at the Design Centre Chelsea Harbour in partnership with leading high-end interior brands.   

Since it opened in 2013, Crestron has been a key destination for those looking to incorporate the latest home technology into interior design. The collaboration with leading brands in the fields of lighting, kitchens, furniture and interiors aims to an environment controlled by Crestron, including a high-spec kitchen, spacious dining room, media room, home office and snug.

Designed to be a space for interior designers, architects and integrators to bring their clients to explore home automation, Crestron claims that the showroom is the ideal venue to experience the ways in which interior décor can be intertwined with technology.

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Each area features lighting scenes and state-of-the-art AV, controlled by Crestron technology. Bespoke lighting installations, including a hand-finished bone china sculpture from Haberdashery of London’s ‘Leaf’ collection, also form part of the design.

Alison Smith, design and production assistant at Haberdashery, said: “We are delighted to have placed one of our Leaf products in the Crestron showroom; Haberdashery and Crestron have often worked together in some of the world’s most exclusive developments to deliver bespoke solutions for clients through light.”

Lighting designer and creative director at Light IQ, Rebecca Wier, added: “Light IQ is proud to have assisted in the refurbishment of Crestron’s luxurious London showroom. Updated LED technology and stunning installations by Haberdashery and Cox London have created a destination for the discerning interior designer.”

The showroom is officially opening its doors on September 8 2016 and Crestron will be hosting a series of events to celebrate the redesign during the month of September, including during Focus 16, with opportunity for guests to visit the showroom.



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