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MEDITERRANEAN RESIDENCE, Bodrum, Turkey
Completed May 2014
The Moses Residence, two 85- year- old lake cabins in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, demonstrates design imagination where new possibilities can be shaped within the confines of the existing footprint and envelope of multi-generational homes.
The main organizing concept for both houses is to introduce an architectural parti which creates a threshold between the public and intimate faces of domestic living. This continuous armature gives visual clarity to various functions such as one-to-two story structural walls, stairs, a built-in desk, built-in cabinets, entryways and a kitchenette.
Previously having designed museums, Ceren Bingol Studio designed the Moses residences with the precision of details found in museum architecture: eliminating trims, designing fine European -inspired built-ins and creating clean, volumetric masses that eliminate clutter.
The formal and material expression of the design celebrates daylight and augments details and functionality with supplemental ambient and accent lighting.
The gut renovation upgraded the foundations, envelope, building systems and the architectural and furniture plans of the two houses within 8 months of combined design and build schedule.
Photography is by Kevin Miyazaki for the New York Times.
CENTRAL PARK WEST RESIDENCE, NY
Completed July 2016
CPW RESIDENCE featured in The CUT: SPACE OF THE WEEK
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This minimal and airy apartment is designed to increase functionality from an existing studio apartment into a well proportioned and detailed 2-bedroom with ample storage as well as space and natural light allowing the resident to enjoy their art and design collection.