The smart home of the future is not even about gadgets. Although smart home design is usually rich with brilliant technology, electronics are incognito, allowing features for comfort, health, and security to take the spotlight. Today’s intelligent homes are focused on infrastructure for housing complex automated systems because safe biophilic dwellings are the future of modern smart homes.
Experience the high-security biophilic dwelling of our Miami Beach homeowner, who put wellbeing at the forefront of her interior design plan.
My home is programmed to know my face, my fingerprints, all my preferences, and even how I like my water. My path in life led me to an intimate relationship with health and wellness. So, when I decided to design my own home in the lush landscape of South Florida, I made sure I partnered with a company that was not only an expert in flawless technology and security but also well versed in biophilic trends.
I wanted it all, circadian lighting, independent energy, even the best sound systems, and, of course, my own indoor/outdoor botanical garden. Therefore I chose the best smart home technology consultants in South Florida. They worked with the home builder from the beginning, to make sure everything we talked about integrating would be possible. They kept saying “infrastructure.” As if the home was actually going to be alive, coursing with vast networks of arteries and nerves.
And it is…alive…or at least artificially intelligent. From the inside out, my home responds to me. When I arrive at the gate or front door, I can use several different modes of communication with the house. Facial recognition, voice control, or just tap an app on my phone. It comes alive. Lighting scenes adjust to mimic the sun or moon, balancing my endocrine system. Music comes on, lulling me to the perfect mood.
My home keeps me healthy. The water is filtered and so is the air; and my house knows when I need to call my maintenance provider to change this or that. Each room has it’s own temperature sensor, adjusting independently at all times. It maintains the perfect temperature for me and my plants, which are watered to perfection by their own smart irrigation AI system.
The security cameras have their own intelligence, knowing what is a threat and what isn’t. Exterior doors and windows are monitored with intricate precision. They open and shut themselves according to my location and command. If anything is slightly out of place, I get a real-time security alert. Even my close friends, guests, and assistants have their own fingerprints and facial mapping programmed for access. My house knows who and what is important to me.
I don’t have to worry about losing power. Ever. And that is a really big deal in South Florida. My design team added a solar, battery, generator system to ensure the entire house remains powered. The beauty of this is that I have water filtration, heating, cooling, power, and internet, no matter what is happening with the weather or the grid.
All things are harmonious at all times. I go to sleep and wake up with peace and balance, knowing I am safe and actually cared for by my dwelling space, and by the smart home team that keeps everything running smoothly in the background. I am thankful for the beauty of my smart home. If I am well, nurtured, and safe, I can care for others around me.
Responsive Living, the term coined by Acoustic Architects founders, Aaron Flint and Spencer Hauldren, is the concept of seamlessly enhancing the client’s unique lifestyle using smart home technology. Responsive Living allows you to interact with your space via touch input, voice command, and predictive automation, placing you in full control of your home.
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