Case histories KNX Products

The entire range of KNX products developed by Ekinex is used for the automation of both residential and commercial buildings: private households, offices, hotels, public’s institution building, schools and universities, hospitals, shops and shopping malls. To further confirm the efficacy of the KNX standards in reducing the energy consumption and magnify the energy efficiency, our technicians have prepared some case studies and insights of KNX applications developed by Ekinex and its partners. Thermoregulation, energy efficiency, lighting control, security’s system supervision and many other ad-hoc solution can be created, based on the clients requirements, thanks to the KNX standard: discover them all.

Cantina Nervi: a spectacular winery between history, architecture and innovation
CASE HISTORIES

The renovation and expansion under the direction of the Primatesta architectural studio, have given life to a spectacular winery, demonstrating, with Conterno's guidelines, that the future can never be separated from respect for history: wood, transparency and suspended tasting rooms.

Tue, 14 September 2021
Architectural excellence in the interior design of Grand Apartment
CASE HISTORIES

The building, where the apartment is located, is an example of one of the first high-rise buildings developed in the area of the Mariinsky ensemble. It was designed by the former chief architect of Kyiv and honored architect of Ukraine, Sergey Babushkin, who can be confidently called the person responsib

Tue, 6 July 2021

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CASE HISTORIES

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CASE HISTORIES

In the quiet hinterland of Como, a period villa during a major renovation has been able to integrate home automation, while maintaining the original features of the architecture of the early twentieth century.

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