Nautilus home theater is an stunning example of steampunk style

We've seen plenty of cool steampunk style gadgets before, but never anything quite as ambitious as this. The Nautilus home theater was created to resemble the interior of the submarine of the same name from Jules Verne's classic novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. To avoid simply copying from the 1954 Disney adaptation, Dallas based architect Michael Malone deliberately refrained from studying the film, choosing instead to base his design on Verne's original vision of Victorian opulence, as vividly described in his 1870 novel. Working in concert with custom integration specialist Audio by Design, the Nautilus theater is fully automated using a custom AMX control system.

Home Entertainment magazine, via Geekologie