The annual CEDIA Electronic Lifestyle® awards have been announced in Sydney. Sponsored by Sound and Image magazine, the awards are at the core of the CEDIA Expo, held this year at Darling Harbour. The awards evening was held at Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf, Pyrmont and saw around 300 CEDIA members, specifiers and guests in […]
July 21st, 2009
The annual CEDIA Electronic Lifestyle® awards have been announced in Sydney.
Sponsored by Sound and Image magazine, the awards are at the core of the CEDIA Expo, held this year at Darling Harbour. The awards evening was held at Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf, Pyrmont and saw around 300 CEDIA members, specifiers and guests in attendance.
Showcasing exciting installations in everything from home automation and home theatres to a luxury yacht fit-out.
“The judges, from here and US, had an extremely hard time choosing the winners,” says CEDIA Asia Pacific Executive Director, Stephen Miller, “and no wonder, with twice as many entries as previous years (82) from 31 member companies and across 13 categories, many hours were spent dissecting each submission.
“The caliber of the entries was outstanding and showed how the custom electronic installation industry has matured.”
Winners list and categories:
Best Integrated Home Installation over $300,000 – AVD Australia (NSW)
Best Integrated Home Installation $150,000-$300,000 – Len Wallis Audio (NSW)
Best Integrated Home Installation under $150,000 – Jory Home Systems (NSW)
Best Media Room – Surround Sounds (WA)
Best Commercial Project – Automated Innovation (NSW)
Best Dressed System – Residential – Surround Custom (WA)
Best Home Theatre over $100,000 – Videopro (Qld)
Best Home Theatre $50,000 – $100,000 – Home Theatrix (Qld)
Best Home Theatre under $50,000 – Electronic Interiors (Qld)
Best Special Project – Domestic – Intelligent Home (WA)
Best Project Design & Documentation – AVD Australia (NSW)
Best Marine Project – Liquid Automation (NZ)
Best Website – Integrated Technologies Australia (Vic)
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