The use of audio visual technology has revolutionized the architectural and interior design industries.  Designers rely heavily on audio visual technology to ensure that details are not missed, and projects run smoothly and efficiently.  Collaboration and display technology allows architects and interior designers to review projects and drawings in a dynamic and powerful mannerLightWerksaudio visual solutions have empowered designers and architects to engage with content through video conferencing, connecting clients to projects and receiving valuable feedback with the click of a button! From blueprint to final product, our team will compliment your brand and help you take projects to the next level.  Design professionals count on LightWerks’ proven expertise to create the audio visual solutions that industry leaders and clients have come to expect. We have partnered with numerous architectural and design firms to integrate audio visual solutions including video conferencing, digital signage, touch screens, SMART Boards, conference room displays, video walls, and more.  Our comprehensive portfolio of integration services, elite-level partnerships with top manufacturers, and deep expertise empower us to craft custom solutions to increase efficiency, boost productivity, and improve collaboration – all while controlling costs. We can categorize the meeting spaces in the architectural and interior design arena by a variety of room types. Below you’ll find a description of the most common room-types, what they include, what they cost, and what is needed by LightWerks to professionally install appropriate collaboration technology at your location(s). 

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First impressions really count, so many architects and interior design companies make a special effort to have a welcoming, and often impressive, reception area. These spaces usually include at least one large flat panel and a digital signage player to welcome guests and share company promotional information. Many will also include speakers to provide audio to go along with their video content, and some will also include interactive capabilities to allow visitors to interact with the information shown on the flat panel display(s). As this room is typically in use all day and most displays can be programmed internally to turn on and off at specific times each day, reception areas do not usually require any sort of dedicated control system.


A conference room is a room provided for singular events such as business meetings and conferences. It can be found in almost any kind of establishment – businesses, schools, hospitals, and government institutions. A medium-sized conference room typically seats 6 to 12 people and is most often used for scheduled meetings. These spaces usually include a flat panel display, audio and video-conferencing capability, a variety of connections for desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and phones, and some type of centralized control capability to turn equipment on and off and switch between sources.

Board Rooms

A Boardroom is typically used by senior management, or may be used as a primary space for meeting with and closing business with major clients. It is usually a one-of-a-kind type space within an institution. Because of the importance of the business conducted in this space, a Boardroom will typically have higher grade equipment than other conference rooms, including larger
and higher resolution flat panel displays or projection systems, superior audio and video-conferencing equipment, power screens, power lifts to hide or reveal equipment, more sophisticated digital routing capability, and a more  sophisticated, graphically impressive control system.