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.

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