London Office: 0207 183 4299

Head Office: 01752 335 000

FREE Phone: 0800 018 5933

Pyramid has been designing and installing audio visual systems, control, lighting and home cinema systems into homes and yachts for over 15 years.

Our experience ranges from high-end residences in the UK (including Devon and London) and Middle East to luxury yachts moored across Europe. Every project is unique and we approach every one with a keen eye for detail, reliability and quality, and all backed up by our extensive support services.

Our design teams work closely with owners, architects and interior designers to realise their aspirations and guide them through the complex range of options available. We ensure that the end result is of the highest quality, meets budget and most importantly enhances the experience that well designed audio visual systems and lighting can provide home owners.

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As CEDIA members, we have many years of experience to ensure you get the very best solutions to enhance your home. Contact our team to learn more.

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Home Cinemas

Our home cinema specialists in Devon and London offer bespoke 4K and 3D audio private cinemas and media rooms.

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Smart Homes

Intelligent solutions for the integrated home. The Pyramid team in Devon and London can create an integrated home complete with audio streaming, lighting, door entry systems and much more.

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Solutions & Partners

With a variety of market leading brands, we rely on quality and support in order to provide our customers with the highest standard and dependable solutions.

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Contact Pyramid for all your AV, lighting and events enquiries. We have offices in Devon and London but we can provide solutions for your problems worldwide! Pyramid can deliver large scale conferences and exhibitions, design lighting solutions, home cinemas and create a fully automated home for you.

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