Bowers & Wilkins speakers feature in CEDIA 2012 award-winning custom installation projects

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Custom installations using Bowers & Wilkins speakers won several awards at this year’s prestigious CEDIA 2012 Awards.

The “Best Integrated Home between £100,000 and £250,000” and “Best Innovative Solution”  categories were won by Grahams Hi-Fi using Bowers & Wilkins speakers throughout.

This stunning media room won Best Innovative Solution combining a cinema, music room and a room for playing weekly bridge games! Combining a false wall (for storing bridge chairs when not in use) and speakers mounted in doors with Bowers & Wilkins 804D, HTM4, 805D and DB1 speakers meant this was a truly exceptional project.

The Best Integrated Home winning project used almost every version of our in-wall and in-ceiling speakers.

Best Media Room under £15,000 was installed by Olive and featured three Bowers & Wilkins HTM62 speakers plus four  in-ceiling speakers.

SMC won Best Multiple Scheme for a Property Developer with the stunning Grosvenor Crescent development  in Belgravia, London.

These Grade II listed properties were beautifully revived using many of our speakers throughout.

You can find more images from these installations on Facebook.
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