When you live in an NYC high-rise where square footage is hard to come by, sacrifices must be made in order to accommodate one's love for electronics in a central space. Fortunately, they had one large space to work with - the kitchen. Loading up with extensive wiring during the gutting period of their apartment renovation, a would-be standard kitchen now functions as their home's central electronics hub. Details on all of their automated goodies can be had after the jump.
From Electronic House:
"The design overhaul included the addition of motorized shading, a motorized TV lift, invisible temperature sensors, and in-ceiling speakers, as well as a Crestron system that would give the family control over everything in this room and throughout the entire apartment—from either a touch panel built into the wall or a portable unit meant to rest on the counter."
Sounds like our kind of kitchen! Now if we could only get some kind of automated food scanning device to track all of our food due dates or maybe even a robotic chef to cook for us, we'd be completely set. Ah, but it doesn't hurt to dream though...
(Via Electronic House)