Lutron Homeworks

HomeWorks Interactive , the world’s leading whole-house lighting control system, provides simple, convenient control of all home lighting, as well as the ability to control audio, video, and many other sub-systems in a home.

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Lutron Homeworks

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Whole house/ Apartment lighting control system. The most Powerful and Most Flexible Control System in the World

HomeWorks Interactive , the world’s leading whole-house lighting control system, provides simple, convenient control of all home lighting, as well as the ability to control audio, video, and many other sub-systems in a home.

HomeWorks Interactive provides homeowners with many benefits including:
increased security
added convenience
improved aesthetics in the home


HomeWorks Interactive can make a home safer by automatically turning on landscape and security lighting each night. A built-in timeclock automatically adjusts for changing seasons, as well as for daylight savings time.

HomeWorks Interactive also increases peace of mind by providing homeowners with the ability to turn all lights on instantly using a single button on a Keypad.

Every day, a HomeWorks Interactive system automatically memorizes a home’s actual lighting usage patterns, which can be replayed when the homeowner is away.

This unique feature allows for a realistic appearance of activity that standard timers cannot achieve.

HomeWorks Interactive can also be linked to a home’s security system. In the event of an alarm, interior lights can turn on, illuminating a safe exit, while exterior lights can flash, drawing immediate attention.


Each light in a home can be controlled from any HomeWorks Interactive Keypad , providing instant access to all areas of the home and landscape. This eliminates the tedious task of setting the home lighting just right for daily activities, bedtime, or special occasions.

When most lights are off, one button on a Keypad can create a ” path of light ” to softly light the way to another room, allowing for late-night trips to the bathroom or kitchen without fumbling for switches in a dark hallway. And monitoring lighting in individual rooms or areas throughout a home requires no more than a quick glance at a Keypad’s discrete status LEDs.


HomeWorks Interactive gives homeowners the power to enhance the beauty of their home and decor with an endless variety of customized room and whole-house lighting scenes.

One button dims the lights for a soft romantic dinner while another button lights the house for a festive party.

Keypads provide a clean, elegant look on the wall by combining the functions of many standard switches and dimmers into a single control. Contrast the elegant simplicity of a single Keypad to the large bank of switches often found at the front door.

Whole-house audio and video control can also be integrated into HomeWorks Interactive Keypads to further reduce wall clutter and provide a consistent look.

Wall controls from most other systems in a home can also be integrated under one seamless, customized wallplate to maintain aesthetic consistency.

Lutron combines the industry’s largest selection of controls and matching accessories with an extensive array of colors and metal finishes.

Replace large banks of switches with one elegant keypad

We have recently completed a Homeworks system to help you through we have detailed images below

Entrance to the apartment as the door opens the lights softly rise in turn up the staircase

To the left at the top of the stairs is a Gym all fitted with Tungsten lamps

To the right a dedicated lift fitted with Low Voltage lamps

1st floor hallway, this is where the heart of the Audio Visual system is hidden in Custom Mid Atlantic racking behind solid Oak double doors.

Left of this is the opening to the kitchen

in front of the Kitchen area is a dining area

Feature lighting in dining area

Open plan living area

Looking back

Upto the boardroom


Master Bedroom

Walk in wardrobe

En suite

Guest Bedroom



Lutron The Lutron story began in the late 1950s in Joel Spira’s makeshift lab in New York City. A young physicist fascinated by the aesthetic manipulation of light, Spira commandeered the spare bedroom in the apartment he shared with his wife, Ruth, and set out to invent a solid-state device that would enable people to vary the intensity of the lights in their homes. The very idea was radical. At that time, lighting control was a complicated and expensive affair, requiring bulky rheostats that used a lot of energy and generated a great deal of heat. Consequently, lighting controls were used primarily to dim stage lights in theaters. Most people would never think of having dimmers in their homes because they were just too difficult to install. That all changed in 1959, when Spira emerged from his lab with a solid-state dimmer that could replace the light switch in a standard residential wallbox. Spira’s key technical innovation had been to replace the rheostat with a thyristor. A thyristor is a type of transistor, which had been invented a few years earlier. The substitution was effective because rheostats and thyristors worked in completely different ways. Rheostats dimmed lights by absorbing electrical energy into the rheostat, meaning that electricity was converted to heat in the rheostat rather than to light in the lamp. By comparison, thyristors dimmed the light by interrupting the power flowing to the lamp. The use of a thyristor shrank the size of a dimmer until it could fit into a standard wallbox. Spira’s dimmer also generated much less heat than a rheostat and used much less energy. By 1961, when Joel and Ruth Spira incorporated Lutron Electronics, they knew that lighting control could contribute to society in multiple ways. Dimmers were both elegant and useful, and they allowed people to control their lights as never before. Dimmers were practical too. They saved energy, and the more you used them, the more energy they saved. With energy costs already going up, the Spiras believed that the energy-saving aspects of the new invention would ensure the long-term appeal of lighting controls. They were right.


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