The architecture of the old South might call to mind expansive porches, tall pillars, grand foyers and staircases and more ... and not so much ultra-modern style exterior and furnishings, which made the opportunity to work on this project particularly exciting, notes Mozaic Audio Video Integration CEO Michael Johnson.
That also required Mozaic to work closely with builder Alexander Modern Homes, woodworker McVantage Exotic Hardwoods and interior designer Riverworks Design Studio to integrate the tech.
“One of our primary challenges was the in- stallation of a surround-sound experience in the living room area with a custom-fabricated one- of-a-kind wood fireplace and ceiling,” he says. Mozaic leaned on Leon Speakers to integrate a custom soundbar into the space, along with Stealth Acoustics Invisible speakers and in-wall Sonance subwoofer.
Elsewhere the integrator enlisted Stealth’s Invisible models or smaller Sonance in-ceiling speakers that could closely mimic the size and layout of the can lighting. The builder aided Mozaic in properly running wire to TVs in “floating” fireplaces on the back porch and in the master bedroom.