Your connected home is a beautiful collection of carefully curated pieces, operating from a central brain. The smart system, its components, and you, the homeowner, all rely on a backbone of flawless design to ensure the home stays constantly connected, communicating with uninterrupted ease.
A smart home is only as good as its connectivity. The Harvard Business Review tells us, “Smart components amplify the capabilities and value of the physical components, while connectivity amplifies the capabilities and enables some of them to exist outside the physical product itself.” This includes the right network and energy system for the geographical and architectural layout as well as the square footage of the home.
Integration of the components exponentially increases the value of those individual smart solutions. The connected home ecosystem can greatly amplify the experience of the person dwelling within.
A home can be loaded with smart tech, but if the wifi, router, internet provider, or power are not working optimally, the rest of the technology in the house is worthless. Now, this is even more relevant with remote working, virtual schooling, and increased media consumption.
To support the network, all of the beautiful decor, and the brainy — yet covert — technology inside, reliable energy sources are mandatory. This includes not only a flawless, future-proofed infrastructure but also a robust backup energy system, tailor-made for your home to ensure you never lose power.
With a connected home, wellness, entertainment, communications, education, and relaxation are all at your fingertips as your smart space learns and adapts precisely to your needs and desires. The ecosystem of the bespoke connected home not only puts the owner in control but also eliminates small mundane tasks. Time spent on programming and management is instead allotted to self-care and enjoyment.
The endgame: problems get solved before they are even detectable and the home manages itself.
Without a reliable connection, the ecosystem does not provide the desired constant connectivity. However, with a reliable network and the right hardware, power system, and maintenance service plans, the bespoke smart home is seamlessly connected, adaptable, and intuitive — your own private sanctuary.
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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