How to build a smart house in Sydney Opera House
Sydney Opera house owner Andrew Geddes says he will build a smarter house on the grounds of the venue, which is being renovated into a smart home.
“I’m going to build the smartest house on site in the building,” Mr Geddis said.
“We’re going to put all the smart stuff in the house.”
All the lights, all the stuff you could put on the roof, all of the sensors in the walls, all those things.
“It’s going to be completely self-contained.”
The smart house will be fitted with a camera that can monitor the environment, collect data and transmit it to a central server for the owner’s home office to analyse and respond to issues like the recent fires.
The new home is scheduled to open in the autumn and Mr Goddis said he was looking forward to having his own private office and living quarters.
“You’re going back to the place you were before the fires,” he said.
He said it was the right decision.
“If it was a normal building we would probably be able to put it up, but we’re not a normal city,” he added.
“But there’s a lot of people out there that want to live in it and that’s what I’m looking forward too.”
There are some people who are not in the area and we’ll be able make the house for them.
“He said the property was also the perfect venue for an opera house and other musical events.”
The opera house is the place where you can do a musical, you can play a film or you can have a private event,” he explained.”
So it’s perfect for the Opera House.
“The new house will house a small cinema and a cinema theatre.