South Florida’s design community — from architects and builders to lighting specialists and homeowners themselves — can now explore high-tech interior design options with the recent opening of New Jersey-based Crestron’s showroom in Dania Beach, Florida.
Situated at the well-known Design Center of the Americas (DCOTA), the new space offers a stylish peek into possibilities for living rooms, master suites, kitchens and home offices, including automated shading, lighting and environmental and audiovisual controls.
"The new showroom makes it easy for the design community in South Florida and beyond to learn about the endless possibilities Crestron technology offers, and discover how it can seamlessly blend with any interior design," Crestron’s residential division VP, John Clancy, said.
Crestron will host an open house plus a continuing education seminar for interior designers titled, "Residential Design Meets Technology" on July 28. Additionally, Crestron plans a grand opening Aug. 18 featuring details on its branded software and shading solutions.
Both events are offered as part of DCOTA’s Summer International Design Series. DCOTA partners with many well-known appliance and fixture manufacturers to provide design for homes, campuses, offices and yachts.
The new display and retail center is the company’s latest venture in its Experience Centers and Design Showrooms. Personal tours can be arranged on request.