Ingeny, the home automation division of security systems and building technology integrator Interphone, has launched a complete design and build cinema room solution for the commercial residential sector.

The goal is to transform under-utilised or redundant space into dedicated or multi-purpose cinema rooms in both existing and new residential developments, with the aim of enhancing communal areas within a building.

Ingeny will use its in-house design team to provide an appropriate plan based on individual building needs, using AutoCAD software. A dedicated design proposal will outline exactly what is possible with detailed drawings, design recommendations and alternative suggestions. This will provide the guidance and insight required to make a final decision as well as support any consultation period with residents or other stakeholders.

The private residential cinema solution will include all building works, soundproofing, decoration, wiring, lighting control and audio visual installation.

Ingeny has also teamed up with a number of specialist technology and equipment partners to ensure that every requirement is catered for. This includes custom joinery and furniture makers that manufacture bespoke cinema seating for optimal comfort and relaxation, as well as retractable seating options that are suitable for multi-use rooms.

“Property managers and developers are increasingly looking at ways of differentiating existing and new commercial residential buildings to boost appeal and demonstrate value to residents,” explains Julian Synett, managing director of Interphone.

“In recent years, many prestigious apartment complexes have been looking to provide lifestyle facilities that offer a five-star experience, with a cinema or private screening room becoming one of the most in-demand features, so we have created an offering that makes this kind of option accessible to more buildings in the marketplace. We are ideally-placed to understand how to make best-use of the available space, create the look and feel you desire.”

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