Home is Where The Art is 

Throughout history, collecting Art has been a passion for those who wish to own and display a piece of work that captures emotional connections. There are any number of reasons why a person would want a piece of art in their home—perhaps the work or artist evokes strong positive memories, or they feel the piece speaks to the design, mood and aesthetic of their home.

Just as Romanticism gave way to Impressionism, the art world continues to move forward as artists react to the world around them. More than ever, artists are looking to technology for inspiration and as a digital canvas for their creativity, embracing Digital and New Media Art in growing numbers. Both museums and private collectors desire the unique innovation of these pieces and are incorporating digital art options into their creative landscapes.

As more artists are creating digital pieces, collectors seek new and engaging ways to display them, in a way that complements the overall aesthetic of a home, integrating architecture and design in line with the owner’s vision.

How New Media Art & Digital Canvasas can transform homes

New Media Art provides an opportunity to create immersive cultural experiences in the home, enabled by architectural digital canvases. With art coming in so many different shapes, sizes and forms, it is critical that the architectural digital canvases can be created to custom specifications with no limitations in size or shape, to ensure the best possible representation of the artist’s vision while seamlessly integrating with the architecture and design of the home.
Ultimately, private art collections are an extension of their owners, an expression of their personality. Regardless of what advancements come along, the primary reason for collecting art remains the same - filling one’s home with the pieces that have the biggest emotional impact. Architects, designers and technology providers must work together to ensure that the art collection is displayed in as engaging way as possible.
Discover how you can create new spaces designed to place much-loved collections at the centre of the home for homeowners to share and enjoy with their loved ones.

Wall during day, art in the evening

Atlanta magazine and Atlanta Magazine’s HOME partnered with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra to present the 2020 ASO Designer Showhouse. Harrison Design’s Modern Studio Director, Robert Tretsch III created an architectural masterpiece, inspired by a 1945 Atlanta Youth Symphony performance, using modern-styled brick, stucco, concrete, and steel. Many of the finest interior designers in Atlanta came together to create an interior vision to complement the contemporary architecture.

Working with Architect Robert Tretsch III and Randy Massey of Electronic Home a massive digital canvas was created using powerful hidden projection and featuring original artwork through the Niio platform.
This canvas became a centre-piece for the home, and when not active became a natural sundial with the light reflecting off the pool, really showing off the unique capabilities of projection to turn a wall into a digital canvas and back again.

The Digital Sculpture

For this modern home featuring timeless elegance and refined design, direct view LED was used to create an architectural digital canvas seamlessly integrated into custom designed furniture, featuring original artwork through the Niio platform. Note the impact of the custom shape of the canvas, creating a unique centre-piece in this light-filled living room.

Gallery or Garage?

This project is really showing how far you can go with our projectors, this installation is a 3 projector, blended image using three Balder CInemascope projectors with an overal resolution of 14300 x 2160 pixels.

With Barco Residential projectors there are very few limitations in how big or crazy we can go. The Integrator behind this installation is AudioVisions, they won a "BEST OF EVERYTHING" award for this home. Learn more about this project by clicking the below button.