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Fuller Cinema modern-home-theater
 

Fuller Cinema

The amusing challenge of this theater was the dog that lived at the house. “Gidget” loves to chase any animal that crosses the screen so the façade you see under the screen was added to make sure her excitement never got too close to the action. This home theater was built in a sleepy little town in the Sierra Nevada foothills. There is a “before” picture of this room in the project collection which shows a very different room. The arches actually don’t touch the ceiling which gives the blue rope light the opportunity to wash the entire ceiling. The three columns are internally lit with rope light and have a lens which is fauxed acrylic to give a marbled appearance. The sconce grills are hand cut and the lenses have the same fauxed technique. The columns on both sides of the screen are cabinets for storage and A/V equipment. The doors are bi-fold and have a pleated penne front in a stained wood frame. All the steps are down lit and when there is no movie playing, six up lit lights wash the screen for room lighting.
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