Media Installation

We share the newest technology with interior designers and then help them implement these enhancements in ways that won’t interfere with a home’s aesthetic. For this award-winning stone wall media installation, the challenge was to provide world-class sight and sound. We recommended Leon Speakers’ Edge Media Frame to house the Samsung Frame TV and Sonos soundbar. Watch a video of the installation.

Premiere Systems Design President and Founder Rex Aguirre and Interior Designer Toni Sabatino
Interior Designer Toni Sabatino with Premiere Systems Design President and Founder Rex Aguirre
Photo by Jeff Siegel | The Mad Photographer

“It’s one thing to talk about an installation, but it’s entirely another to design it and make it work.”

—Rex Aguirre, President and Founder,
Premiere Systems Design


For Suffolk County home theaters, AV, and home automation projects, we serve as a highly niched general contractor — a boutique one-stop shop. We hire and manage vetted, trusted subcontractors, such as plumbers, electricians, and carpenters.

In Water Mill, our clients requested an upgrade of their home theater. We had a plan in mind and wanted to make sure it would look beautiful. We hired interior designer Toni Sabatino, an expert in space and design allocation, to draw up floor plans and brought on a carpenter to build new risers.

When this project is completed, it will look like a real home theater, with a total of 10 reclinable seats across three stepped-down levels. Currently, our clients have a fixed Screen Innovations screen paired with a Sony projector. They use Apple TV to stream their entertainment.

For theater-quality picture and crisp sound, we will recommend upgrading to a Kaleidescape screen. Once you’ve experienced it, you’ll find that anything else pales in comparison. This is the kind of technical expertise we share with our clients.

Water Mill Home Theater, Pre-Upgrade Phase


In the heart of Tribeca, we were brought in to devise a solution for an 85-inch Sony 8K TV. The homeowner did not want it mounted on the wall. We explored the space behind the wall for recessing the television. Then we hired a NYC-licensed general contractor and carpenter to create a pocket for the TV, reinforcing the wall with new 2x6s.

To deliver high-end audio, we used Sonance surround sound. This included three Sonance In-wall Reference Speakers (R2) and two Reference In-wall Subwoofers (R12SUB), all powered by two separate Sonance amplifiers.


Our specialty is knowing how and where to hide the technology.

In the ceiling. In walls or base molding. In cabinets or closets.

A client requested a motorized movie screen. We recommended building a soffit in the ceiling to hide the motorized screen inside.

For home speakers, we often install in-ceiling and in-wall solutions.

Depending on our clients’ budget, we can customize solutions down to the outlets, recessing them in a box that is completely flush with the wall or molding. All you will see are three indentation marks for each prong of an outlet. We can also have the outlet box painted to match a variety of surfaces. Available options include faux painted, color-matched, wood, wallpaper, stone, plaster, tile, drywall, and metal. Visit Trufig and scroll down the page to view all of them.

There is no reason to sacrifice the beauty of a home’s design.


Though most of our projects are residential, we can also consult on commercial project designs. We can review architects’ plans and recommend network infrastructure design, surveillance, and video distribution. We can also specify equipment, wiring, and placement.