Bodrum, an exclusive retreat on Turkey’s most talked about shoreline and the setting for an extraordinary collection of architecture composed of 53 luxury homes, a boutique hotel on the shore and a young complex of 20 houses. Orjin Bodrum represents a commitment to the very highest standards of contemporary design and nature conservation.
Picture a house of the purest design. Flat planes of stone and glass, infinite pools and courtyards, cushioned by rolling green slopes.Terrace, cloisters and entertaining spaces that blur the division between indoors and out. A home of flawless luxury and style set in extravagant, sweeping grounds.The simple, minimal design of the houses is the embodiment of MartinGomez’s architecture over the past 20 years of practice in Punta del Este And the world. Orthogonal geometry reigns supreme in the definition of the volumes; the resulting objects conceal their function while flaunting the geometric purity of their forms.
The luxury of open space and visual simplicity arrives through the hidden complexity of meticulous planning and programming. The process of simplification is not a form of simplism or indolence. The decision to choose silence is a conscious one, and the power of the atmosphere is a direct result of the materials used and the opportunities offered by the space. It is rare to encounter an architect who consistently and rigorously seeks to reduce space to its most basic forms, while remaining acutely sensitive to the human experience of that space. The results are at once sublime andrich, minimal yet tactile. Martin celebrates the essence of form and the richness of space, the elegance of proportion and the refinement of materiality and hidden details.
Stone and drifts of flowers. Wood and water. Formal and casual.Substantial walls and willowing drapes.The stone vernacular of Bodrum Architecture floats on flowers,touches the earth and provides a stylish home.