Villa 18, Adeje, Domotic Luxury Villa
Installation of KNX Domotics in a luxury home in a luxury villa in Barranco del Inglés, located in the municipality of Adeje, on the island of Tenerife. The home automation installation has been carried out as usual by Indótica using the only worldwide standard in home and building automation. All this has been carried out by means of KNX multipush buttons and touch screens using the same protocol. This allows a multitude of manufacturers that speak this protocol to coexist in the installation, which translates directly into versatility and scalability of installations.
The installation was carried out with the latest technologies in 2019, in accordance with the KNX standard and the standard Dali lighting control system.
The KNX multipushbuttons in the chalet allow the recording of scenes in themselves, thus making it easier to control the multitude of switch-on and switch-off times in the house. This is very pleasant and avoids those walls full of switches where you have to make a thousand combinations to reach the desired settings.
All blinds are also controlled by KNX home automation, providing privacy and optimal sun control.
In different points of the house there are push buttons that allow the execution of scenes, within the scenes are present the scenes of welcome or abandonment of the house in which case all the lights are turned off, the exteriors are turned on, the blinds are closed, etc. To record these scenes it is enough to place the house the way you want it to be placed and run the recording from any of the touch screens that are strategically placed in the Villa de Lujo Barranco del Inglés, Adeje.
The KNX luxury home automation focuses on comfort as well as energy savings, energy savings as is common in these installations by preventing lights from being left on accidentally.
The Luxury Villa in Barranco del Inglés, Adeje has outdoor control by means of presence detectors, it is also possible to establish a schedule control and execution of different scenes, which allows the user to define scene settings that allow lighting an area based on the lighting needs and activities that take place in it.
Architecture by del Pozo Arquitectos
Photography by Maxim Deknock
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