Crestron is opening its first London showroom.

Set to host this year's Crestron Residential Integration Awards, the new site is located in one of the capital's creative hubs, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour. Furthering its passion for mastering the balance between form and function, Crestron has partnered with the renowned designer and British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) member, Louise Bradley, who is currently implementing a beautiful interiors scheme to match the technical excellence of Crestron's integrated technology.

"A true home for Crestron in London is long overdue but like our approach to integration, we've been waiting for the right site, right time and right team. We've definitely got that in Chelsea," says Vice President of Crestron International, Robin van Meeuwen. "Working with Louise exemplifies our Integrated by Design ethos and the space is turning into one of Crestron's finest showrooms, with working, tactile solutions and sensitive, cohesive interior design."

The EMEA showroom will present the entire Crestron package to interior designers, integrators, architects and end-users. Two living spaces and a kitchen area will showcase everything from luxurious cinema room technology to fully integrated environmental and AV controls for the home, but also in commercial buildings in its own office and state-of-the-art boardroom.

The emphasis is on style and the creation of a calm, welcoming and beautiful space which allows clients to not only enjoy and experience the full range of Crestron products, but to also appreciate how design meets technology to enhance the user-experience and complement any interior.

The Crestron Residential Integration Awards are to be presented in October at the showroom's official launch, dates and details will be announced soon.

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