Quantify’s third event in three weeks is officially done and dusted!
The event, known as ArchiTECH – Designing for the future with smart home automation, was held in partnership with the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) WA Chapter on Wednesday evening.
ArchiTECH events are unique to the AIA and provide an opportunity for architects to attend technical presentations and learn about new products, materials and specifications.
Around 50 architects attended the event and were treated to an insightful presentation from Quantify’s CEO Brett Savill and award-winning interior designer, Natalee Bowen from Indah Island.
Brett began by introducing Quantify’s brilliant smart home solution to the audience. He shared its key features and benefits, before welcoming Natalee to the front to chat about why and how she incorporates Quantify’s solution into her Hamptons style designs.
Presentations were kept brief before launching into the Q&A, which ignited plenty of discussion.
Brett said the crowd was very enthusiastic and engaged throughout the session.
“I was very pleased people were keen to hear more about Quantify’s solution and what it can offer consumers,” Brett said.
“This event has helped to build awareness for our products and solution, which is important when it comes to maximising our sales and growth in Australia.”
Despite being the third event in three weeks for Brett and Natalee, each event has been slightly different in nature.
The first event (An Interior Designer’s foray into Smart Homes) hosted around 60 homeowners at Home Base Subiaco in Perth, while the second event (Behind the True Drive of Smart Home) welcomed 50 architects and designers of Chinese descent to the Harvey Norman Commercial Division (HNCD) display suite at The Burcham in Sydney.
Natalee said all three events had been very successful in their own way.
“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the last three weeks – I’ve had the opportunity to meet a wide range of people from different industries, however, they’ve all had one common goal and that is to find a stylish smart home solution that will suit their or their clients’ needs,” Natalee said.
“I’ve had the pleasure of being able to confidently recommend Quantify’s product and I look forward to continuing this in the future.”
Natalee is currently finalising the finishing touches to her Hamptons Farmhouse renovation in the WA country town of Toodyay, which is set to be featured on 9Life’s ‘Ready Set Reno’ TV program in January 2020.
“Quantify’s product is being installed into the home as we speak. We expect the house will be completely finished and decked out with furniture in around two or three weeks, which is extremely exciting,” she said.
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