How They Did It: Showroom by Henri

Jun 21, 2018

When Henri decided to design its showroom, the aim was to have a space that would welcome people “home.” The integrator wanted to be able to invite customers into a warm and comfortable place and provide them with the opportunity to meet the people who would be working in their homes. The concept won a CEDIA Award for Best Showroom for 2017.

With the understanding that technology is just one part of a wider project, emphasis was also placed on the architecture and design of the showroom. At the same time, it was important to showcase the solutions and functionalities that Henri offers, so these elements had to come together into one.

The fully functional apartment consists of a living room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, and office space, and features lighting and blind control, security, HVAC, and an AV system that includes in-ceiling, invisible, flush-mounted, bookshelf, and waterproof speakers, and multiple televisions, a projector, and a mirror TV in the bathroom. Various controls systems are placed around the apartment.

The end goal was for customers to discover and fully experience living in an integrated home. Knowing that this can’t be accomplished in just an hour, the integrator hands customers the keys and invites them to stay in the apartment to truly enjoy this way of life.

45 Bis rue de Lagny
Vincennes, 94300 | France



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