CEREN BINGOL STUDIO

Led by Architect Ceren Bingol, AIA, LEEDap, Ceren Bingol Studio is a small practice with project based collaborators. It is a cross-disciplinary environment where aesthetic, social, economic and environmental considerations are applied to architectural thinking to imagine and deliver projects at multiple scales: architecture, urbanism, interiors and products.

Ceren is a licensed architect with 18 years of experience in some of the world’s leading architecture practices such as OMA founded by Rem Koolhaas, Grimshaw Architects founded Sir Nicholas Grimshaw and Robert A.M. Stern Architects. In 2016, she founded Ceren Bingol Studio, where she has designed and delivered a number of projects that have been widely published. Previously, Ceren worked as a senior architect and project manager at OMA New York where she led the design and construction of cultural projects such as, Quebec National Museum of Beaux-Arts, Marina Abramovic Performance Arts Center and Albright Knox Gallery Extension.  Prior to OMA, Ceren worked at Grimshaw Architects on high profile projects all of which exhibit exquisite attention to detail, building systems and sustainable design, such as Queens Museum of Art and Fulton Street Transit Center.

Ceren is also an academic and educator. From 2016-2018, she was the Architect-in-Residence and Director of Architecture Department at Cranbrook Academy of Art, where she mentored 15 thesis student and critiqued the work of over 100 students in the various MFA programs, took over student recruiting, started new programs such as Cranbrook Architecture Lecture Series, Cranbrook Architecture and Urban Design Project Incubator and various collaborations between the Academy’s students and the City of Detroit Planning Department. Since 2018, she is an Adjunct Associate Professor at The Cooper Union, teaching design studio, seminars in Advanced Concepts in architecture and phenomenology of space and mentoring thesis students.

Ceren has continually imagined avenues to create alternative platforms for infusing cities with thought-provoking events that engage city dwellers in dialogue with the cutting-edge trends and practitioners in architecture, art, design and cultural practice.  Two such pioneering organizations she brought to life in the capacities of conceptual creator, organizer and curator include the Imagination of Space on Governors Island, a 5-month long art space and residency celebrating imagination in space, cities, ecology, form, light, sound and material through spatially immersive works, and The Drop: Urban Art Infill, of 2009, a festival of public interactive art, music and fashion projects, creating an actual participatory semi-utopia of arts on a closed to traffic block in the middle of the city.  Both events have brought together a diverse range of established and emerging cultural participants such as Yoko Ono and Paul D. Miller among 50+ others vibrantly juxtaposed next to cutting-edge design, sound and performance.

Her background in architecture, art and art history from Yale College and Yale School of Architecture, where she graduated with multiple awards, have prepared her to converse fluently and critically with architecture, art and design disciplines.

 

QUOTE FROM A NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE

“Ms. Bingol’s design “executes on every single point that we wanted it to ...  She gave us such a beautiful visual solution to something that was problematic,” Ms. Moses said. — By Tim McKeough, The New York Times

 

WHAT WE DESIGNED

RESIDENTIAL

• Detroit Artist Live-Work Complex, MI, Ceren Bingol Studio (in progress)

• Detroit Lakes House and Guest House, MN, Ceren Bingol Studio (completed 2017)

• Central Park West Residence, New York, Ceren Bingol Studio (completed 2016)

• Camlica Penthouse, Istanbul, Turkey, Ceren Bingol Studio (completed 2015)

• Mediterranean Residence, Bodrum, Turkey, Ceren Bingol Studio (completed 2014)

 Arts and Leisure

• Quebec National Museum of Fine Arts, Quebec, Canada - OMA (completed 2016)

• Albright Knox Museum Extension, Buffalo, NY  - OMA 

• Marina Abramovic Performance Arts Center, Hudson, NY - OMA (2015)

• Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY - Grimshaw (completed 2013)

• Coney Island Center, Brooklyn, NY - Grimshaw 

• Disney Tomorrowland, Shanghai, China - Grimshaw

• Ecorium, Biomes, Seocheon-gun, Korea - Grimshaw (completed 2013)

• Earthpark, Masterplan and Biomes, Doha, Qatar - Grimshaw 

MIXED USE & OFFICE

• The Plaza at Santa Monica Mixed Use Development, CA  – OMA

• Transbay Block 8 Residential Tower, San Francisco, CA  – OMA

• Cooconut Grove Residential Towers, Miami, FL - OMA

• Miami Beach Convention Center, Hotel and Masterplan – OMA

• 425 Park Avenue Office Tower, New York, NY – OMA

• RPJ Superblock for Walter Torre, Sao Paulo, Brazil – OMA  

• MoMA West Mix-Used Highrise, NY - Grimshaw

HOSPITALITY & RETAIL

• Coach Omotesando Flagship Store, Tokyo, Japan - OMA (completed 2013)

• Coach Macy’s Boutique, New York, NY - OMA (completed 2013)

• 1 Hotel, Austin, Texas - Grimshaw

Transportation

• New Doha International Airport City, Doha, Qatar - Grimshaw 

• Newark Airport, Green Airport of the Future, NJ - Grimshaw 

• Fulton Street Transit Center, New York, NY - Grimshaw (completed 2014)

• Waterloo Train Station Masterplan, London, UK - Grimshaw 

Institutional

• New York University 30 Year Masterplan, NY - Grimshaw