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 Bottenago
CASE HISTORIES

Cantina Bottenago, located in Polpenazze del Garda, province of Brescia, is a winery that combines innovation and tradition and includes areas for the production of fine wines with an attached restaurant.

Fri, 12 July 2024
Gallery of Human Creativity
CASE HISTORIES

This villa was carefully fine-tuned by the architects with attention to every single detail. The residential design combines shapes and lines that bind together to create an extremely contemporary and distinctive style.

Mon, 8 April 2024

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CASE HISTORIES

The CRISTINA Rubinetterie Showroom in the Brera Design District of Milan was designed by Elisa Ossino Studio and offers an innovative sensory experience dedicated to the element of water.

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Casa Sedici Tre
CASE HISTORIES

Casa Sedici Tre is a flat located in the heart of Turin, within the historical noble palace of the Counts Callori. The initial project, started in the mid-19th century, underwent modifications to its dimensions in the following century.

Fri, 15 December 2023
Boutique Hotel Stresa
CASE HISTORIES

The Boutique Hotel Stresa is a newly built luxury hotel overlooking the enchanting shores of Lake Maggiore. Before the renovation, the building was a historic villa, dating back 250 years, known as the Casa d'Oro.

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