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post #121 of 152
As always, thanks for sharing and taking the time to post pictures.
post #122 of 152
Thread Starter 
Some better pictures. I'm sure you'll see even better pictures over the next several months.
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post #123 of 152
Dennis thanks for posting these new photos... The chandeliers are stunning, and the lighted movie boxes really set the tone for the upcoming movie experience in this beautiful home theater. Very nice indeed!
post #124 of 152
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Originally Posted by Dennis Erskine View Post

Some better pictures. I'm sure you'll see even better pictures over the next several months.

ri-di-cu-lous!

I know it's been said, but that ceiling is quite the ticket.
Nicely done.
post #125 of 152
WOW!!!! Simply a stunning theater.........in a garage no less. Great job as always!!
post #126 of 152
Thread Starter 
Here are the final pictures of this project. Note photos are (c) 2012 Erskine Group, Inc. Project location California. Design, Construction, Installation, Calibration, and support by Erskine Group, Inc.
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post #127 of 152
Really nice work!

What's the fabric on the walls?
post #128 of 152
WOW!!! Absolutely Stunning!!!
post #129 of 152
Thread Starter 
Fabric is TK-Living Monroe.
post #130 of 152
That is gorgeous! Great work.
post #131 of 152
I love my theater room, but every time I see one of Dennis' rooms I realize how ridiculously amateurish my room is. Dennis, I am humbled by your work
post #132 of 152
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I love my theater room, but every time I see one of Dennis' rooms I realize how ridiculously amateurish my room is. Dennis, I am humbled by your work

Not finished yet but, ditto.

Cory
post #133 of 152
I think we have run out of adjectives with which to praise this project. Visually, the space is just stunning. I am humble before the master.

I wish we could experience the audio and video, too!
post #134 of 152
A+

Very Nicely done....
post #135 of 152
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Originally Posted by BIGmouthinDC View Post

I'm amazed at the skill involved in getting the two pieces to mate properly, If you are off on your spacing of the first part by 1/32 of an inch by the time you get to the twelfth row your are pretty much screwed.

its just a bit of carpentry magic. obviously they have to screw the face frame together in the room...sooo...my guess is they mount the first octagon and get it perfect, then you can mount all of the other ones using the *actual* face frame piece that will be between each one as the spacer as you go. if you do that in each direction, then it has no choice but to be a perfect fit once you screw the face together and lift up. (even if you are off by 1/32" on the first one, you are using the face frames themselves, so by the time you are done, the entire ceiling is out of square to the room by 1/32", but the ceiling itself is perfect, just skewed...and not likely noticeable).

BTW: still amazing.
post #136 of 152
Just amazing! What craftsmanship, good work! Amazing.
post #137 of 152
It reminds me of an old time ornate movie theater (the type that I love) scaled down, with all of its interesting complexity. Simply Stunning.
post #138 of 152
Thread Starter 
Thanks for all your kind words. My thanks to our crew: Steve, Dave, George, Ricky, Dane and Jim! A special thanks to our client who gave us this opportunity.
post #139 of 152
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Originally Posted by Dennis Erskine View Post

Thanks for all your kind words. My thanks to our crew: Steve, Dave, George, Ricky, Dane and Jim! A special thanks to our client who gave us this opportunity.

As one who has an "Erskine Theater" I have to say that this one is absolutely stunning...the best yet...the only follow up I have is whether, likel the one you did 18 to 24 months ago, is it THX certified?
post #140 of 152
Fantastic! All in plenty of time for a Superbowl party
post #141 of 152
Thread Starter 
The client didn't seek THX Certification.
post #142 of 152
Amazing design Dennis. Cool ceiling. As was stated above, I wish I too could experience one of your rooms in person to see/hear just what perfection truly is.
post #143 of 152
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Originally Posted by Dennis Erskine View Post

The client didn't seek THX Certification.

Too bad...
post #144 of 152
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Originally Posted by Joelc View Post

Too bad...

I am guessing it'd pass in flying colours but they didn't want to spend the coin?
post #145 of 152
Beautiful theater Dennis.

Excellent detail!!
post #146 of 152
Best Home Theater, $150,000 or more

- GOLD: Erskine Group, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.

Congratulations Dennis! Congratulations Steve!
post #147 of 152
Congratulations to team Erskine !!!
post #148 of 152
Another one? Dennis, do you allow anyone else to win anymore???

Congratulations, Dennis. We need to bear in mind how stiff the competition is in these awards.
post #149 of 152
Way to go Dennis.
post #150 of 152
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Originally Posted by Gerben Van Duyl View Post

$150,000 or more

Ok, maybe I am not as embarrassed by my room as I thought

Congrats on the award. Stunning room!!
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