Hi all,\n\nThank you in advance for the interest and help.\n\nI'm remodeling my home and what is now my bedroom will become an office, family, music room.. and I am trying to find a way to add my home theater or a new home theater setup.\nThe problem is, the architects proposal for the area is not the best for a HT. The project is still open to changes obviously, but in the meantime the solution they gave for that area it would be the best for the overall floor.\n\nThis is the floor plan proposal (attached file)\n\n\n\nThat is the area for the Home Theater. As you can see the right wall, (exterior) is on an angle, which could be good if it was symmetric on the other side; that wall has a "small" window on the top of the wall about 45 cm tall.\nOn the other side we have a glass wall of 4 panels. Each panel can be moved independently so it can be completely closed, open on the sides, open on the middle, or open completely creating a great big common area.\nHere is a render:\n\n\n\n\nThe POV of the first render, is where the TV would be.\n\nOne of the options the Architect gave me was to add a roll "blanket" like curtain that would come down from the roof to add extra acoustics to the glass panel side and deal with reverberance.\n\nI want to install a 7.1.2 Atmos system\n\nMy questions are..\n\nCan there be a solution for a well functioning HT system?\nwith the right equipment and right positioning on this floor plan proposal, can it work??\nWhat system would you recommend considering the current proposal ?\n\nMy idea was to make the desk behind the couch have a special area for the SR speakers, not sure if the distance is way to close. have the side speakers on the ceiling with a small inclination to add more directional audio away from the window and glass panel. have the Atmos speakers on the ceiling as well and have the left center and right o the wall where the tv is.\n\n\nIf its a better option I could add the SR Speaker n the Ceiling as well.\n\nThe height of the Ceiling is about 2.65 or so to the Concrete Slab.\nThere is a small chance the column on the left top of the sofa can be removed, but it has a vertical water pipes that we aren't sure if its only for my home or the whole building.\n\nI am open to any ideas, comments and solutions you may have. I really appreciate your help!