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Home Theater Designed to Look Like Radio City, But Smaller

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A house in Montauk has had a home theater installed by architect James Biber. With leather floors and co-ordinating beanbags, Biber took his inspiration from New York's Radio City, with a little bit of 2001: A Space Odyssey thrown in for good measure.

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Every surface in the room, which seats up to 10 people, has been insulated with orange felt to help with the acoustics. There are 600 five-watt light bulbs set inside the round arches, and positioned away from the viewers' eyes, with dimmer switches to give ambient light—and, I assume, so you don't see the host's hand snaking downwards during the movie. [Coolhunter]

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Not enough time for the ol' in and out, just came to calibrate the projector.