Residential

 

Kitchens

A room that is increasingly taking a multipurpose orientation, the modern kitchen is often much more than the area of food preparation.

With the use of open areas to the dining area, you might want to turn that television so it can be seen during and after meal preparation.

Also the simple change of viewing angle can greatly improve the quality of your viewing experience, despite being in different places of your kitchen.

 

Living Room

Excellent for the large screens, it is also the ideal place to hide a TV. You don’t need to have a big black screen on the wall: you can hide the TV on a false wall or ceiling, on the floor or within the furniture, and only look to the TV when pressing any button on the supplied remote control or automation system.

Be sure to enjoy some works of art: with Future Automation sliding panel systems, you can make a frame scroll sideways or up to enable watching TV.

Your living room can also be transformed easily into a movie: the cinema projector can stay hidden in the wall or ceiling, not bothering physically and visually when it is off.

Bedrooms

How many times the volume of a large TV – even as thin as LCD or LED models – bothers you inside a room? Or when the bed is opposite to wall cabinets, or because the viewing angle on the ceiling or wall is not the best, or you have to settle for a small screen...

With the many models of Future Automation ®, the untapped space under the bed can be used for a television that comes near you, the angle you find ideal for viewing.

Bring your TV out of the ceiling or wall, and if necessary choose a system that allows rotation of the motor or a telescopic extension arm so you can really enjoy television as it should be enjoyed: without being a nuisance to have it turned off.

Lofts and Attics

Places where the use of space is a priority for excellence, lofts and penthouses are ideal to relax in front of the TV, but can also be quite complicated to arrange a position where it’s  volume is not intrusive and where the placement is consistent with good viewing.

With the Future Automation ® motorized brackets the TV can be tilted in an attic or even out of the floor as to minimize space occupation wall.

Having a built-in television inside a piece of furniture is also a common solution that allows the same equipment without moving it to hide in walls and ceilings.

Even without this assumption it is possible to hide the TV in a sideboard, a coffee table or even a sofa support.

Bedroom Furniture

Having a built-in television inside a piece of furniture is also a common solution that allows having the same equipment without moving it to hide in walls and ceilings.

Even without this assumption, it is possible to hide the TV in a sideboard, a coffee table or even a sofa support.