MIAMI, FL – April 6, 2016 – Acoustic Architects today announced its collaboration with the Junior League of Miami for the Miami Showhouse 2016, an annual fundraiser to help raise funds and awareness for important programs to support at-risk women and children in the Miami community.
This year, more than 20 interior designers are working to restore The Kampong, the former home of Dr. David and Marian Fairchild, to its former glory. The century-old residence in Coconut Grove is a registered historic landmark, and one of only five National Tropical Botanical Gardens in the US.
Visitors entering the finished Showhouse will experience the collective work of professional interior designers, numerous product purveyors, and the volunteerism of hundreds of women of the Junior League of Miami. Once unveiled the restored home will create an impact from both, a visceral and philantropic perspective.
“We felt it was important to lend our support to this very important cause and fun project,“ says Spencer Hauldren, co-founder of Acoustic Architects, whose mother has been involved with the Junior League in West Virginia. “We are proud to be in the company of so many great designers and supporters who share a commitment to better our community that will be seen for years to come.”
Acoustic Architects Is working with ten of the project’s interior designers to provide lighting support for the individual designs. Their work will be featured in the main house, as well as the Barbour and Sausage Cottages.
The Showhouse will be unveiled on Wednesday, April 6th at the Showhouse VIP Preview Event.
The project will be open to the public for a home and garden experience every day from 11am to 5pm, Tuesday through Sunday, April 7th – 24th.
Tickets are available for purchase at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2016-junior-league-of-miami-showhouse-tickets-20034637139. The Kampong is located at 4013 Douglas Road in Miami, Fla.
About Acoustic Architects
Acoustic Architects is a full service integration and automation provider for high-end commercial, residential and multiple dwelling units, as well as marine and private aircraft.
Spencer Hauldren and Aaron Flint founded the company in 2008 based on their passion to design custom state-of-the-art automation solutions that enhance the experience for the most discerning client.
Their team of highly trained engineers collaborates with top architects and interior designers to seamlessly integrate innovative technology with exceptional design.
Acoustic Architects coined the term ‘responsive living,’ putting their clients’ living spaces at their fingertips, using touch input, predictive automation and a single app control. For more information, visit www.acousticarchitects.net.
About the Junior League of Miami
The Junior League of Miami, founded in 1926, is an organization of approximately 1,000 women sharing a common vision to empower Miami’s women, children, and families to conquer tomorrow’s challenges and to build a united community. The mission of the Junior League of Miami is to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and improve communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. For more information, visit www.jlmiami.org
About The Kampong
The Kampong is one of five tropical gardens and three preserves of the National Tropical Botanical Garden. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. The mission of the National Tropical Botanical Garden is to enrich life through discovery, scientific research, conservation, and education by perpetuating the survival of plants, ecosystems, and cultural knowledge of tropical regions. For more information, please visit http://ntbg.org/gardens/kampong.php.
Kerstin Sachl, Daddy PR