The goal for this award-winning theater was to create a space that was truly unique and custom by design. This theater includes state-of-the-art audio/visual equipment, glowing pillars with glass-beaded panels, and a giant oval with built-in lighting in the ceiling. It was a great experience collaborating with Admit One Cinema and interior designer Annie Tropple on this project.
Time-lapse video of the theater being constructed –
Behind the scenes video featuring Lance Anderson of Admit One Cinema and designer Annie Tropple-
Filming by Joshua VP and Brian Grabski
Editing and Color by Brian Grabski
Home Theater by Admit One Cinema
Interior Design by Annie Tropple
Custom Woodworking by Brian Grabski
Music by Necro – Poetry in the Streets
I’m so excited about this project, I’m going to throw a huge party!
Working with Admit One Cinema and designer Annie Tropple was a really great experience. This kind of work is what I live for. The custom millwork on the walls is amazing. It’s filled with glass beads and LED lights. Quite simply, it’s off the hook. We’ll be photographing the finished product soon, more stills and video to come!
Lance and Annie have talent, check them out:
Home theater project
Currently, we are working on a similar theater that is going to be equally awesome. This time I’m doing all the woodwork, including a giant oval ceiling molding that’s going to have built-in LED lighting.
The oval molding measures roughly 11′ X 17′. The LEDs will give off a soft blue glow to the interior of the oval ceiling, which is designed to look like stars.
The oval parts were drafted in AutoCAD Inventor by my pal Mike Prom, and were cut out of 1″ MDF using a CNC router. Mike also helped me out with a uber complicated hidden drawer mechanism that I built into a custom bookcase in 2010.
I’m really jazzed to be a part of this project, it’s going to be rad. I’m looking forward to filming the final product with my buddy Joshua VP when it’s totally completed.