I decided to build an enclosure which has a separate dry space for feeding the filament, and has an automatic fire extinguisher which will fill the printer space with powder if it reaches 79 celsius (174 in freedom units). The filament is fed through the floor of the upper cabinet via PTFE tubes directly to the printer.
The lights and the power to the printer is controlled through remote electric plugs so I can turn them on from the sofa. The lights in the filament cabinet can be turned on/off separately so those are not on when not needed. On side of the cabinet there is a RaspberryPi which runs OctoPrint to control the printer remotely and send the webcam feed.