Grand Moff Tarkin decided he needed a place to review footage of Rebel Alliance attacks in full THX glory. The Art Deco decorated white latticework panels against pitch black give the space both a vintage and futuristic impression, while a Planar Viper 3-Chip DLP projector shines a 90" wide picture and Revel Concerta speakers provide the sound (partnered with a Sony ES A/V receiver, a Blu-ray player, a DirectTV HD receiver). What's most interesting is how the designers worked with an existing rear window where light could possibly spill in, an issue since home theaters rely upon the absence of light for optimal viewing. Cinema Design Group's solution was using "a type of door that would become opaque when electrically energized", perhaps a perfect solution considering the room's space ship aesthetic. And the rear of the rectangular space even offers the home owner a home office section with 24" LCD. We wonder how much work he gets done with such a stunning home theater system just begging to be used each and every day. Check out all the details over at Home Theater Design Magazine.