We started work on this project prior to the "shovel hitting the ground."
On a 90+ acre property in Scranton, Pennsylvania, the architectural firm of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson was commissioned to design this home.
We were referred to Bohlin Cywinski Jackson by Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. as we had recently designed and facilitated all window treatments at Lutron’s headquarters in their “Experience Center" in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania.
Our first task was to specify the electrical requirements as they related to the motorized shades being planned on the project.
After a bit of time, the architectural plans were complete and put out to bid. Once a general contractor was awarded the project, we began our process with them.
All window corners were glass meeting glass and the shades had to do the same. They did not want any space between the fabrics as there normally is when two shades meet at a corner, regardless of the angle.
All shades had to be housed in pockets designed and built with the wood being used to build the home and couldn’t exceed proportion size of existing designs.
Our process had to produce the ability to have shades, as the end user insisted upon, but have them be able to disappear into the architects design without any noticeable change to their architectural plan.
We redesigned and modified brackets so the shades would touch at the corners and figured out how to mount and make everything fit in the limited space available.
The pictures below show how beautifully we achieved our goals. Our PROJECT PAGE shows even more photos.