An oasis away from the city. 

Blur the boundaries between indoors and outdoors and envision a whole new life just outside of the city limits.  Glass walls from floor to ceiling invite all of nature inside with an abundance of natural light.  Every season offers a changing palette of color, texture and harmony.  And if you every tire of that, just close all 176 motorized shades with the press of a single button!

Architecture by Brian Hemingway Design and Flavin Architects, LLC.

Construction by Thoughtforms Corporation

Photography by Peter Vanderwarker

Lighting Control, Shading and Automation by Cutting Edge Systems


Project Details

  • Lutron Homeworks lighting control system with over 350 active lighting circuits.
  • Dual, motorized shades on each window for light filtering or complete blackout.  Individual or group controls.
  • Distributed video system.
  • Distributed music system with whole house audio server.
  • Integrated HVAC control.
  • Integrated Pool and Jacuzzi control.
  • Whole house control via multiple touchscreens, keypads and switches throughout the home.

Getting away doesn't always mean far away!

Cutting Edge Systems works on systems ranging from a single TV to a fully automated home.

Call us today!  (978) 392-1392


..their installations were perfect.

“The installers were friendly, courteous and neat, and their installations were perfect. I've never seen connection wiring done so well. They even noticed and cleaned up problems with previously installed equipment. ”

— M.S., Lexington, MA

Their work and service level are exceptional.

“Cutting Edge are excellent installers, sound designers and all around service providers. They've done multiple projects for us at our home. .”

— J.L., Concord, MA

As an architect, it is a pleasure to work with Cutting Edge Systems. 

“They know how to work as part of the design team and how to work with me to translate the complexities of a whole house and media control system to the client.  Most importantly, they know how to make these complexities, essentially, disappear, as far as the client’s interface with the system is concerned. ”

— A.P., Newton, MA

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