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This bayside home challenges convention in Ocean City

This bayside home challenges convention in Ocean City
This contemporary bayside residence challenges all the conventions of Ocean City home design. (Cheryl Nemazie / HANDOUT)

Forget the light-colored siding and white trim. This contemporary bayside residence challenges all the conventions of Ocean City home design.

Boxy shapes and banks of windows dominate the framework of the home, completed in 2015, while a black-and-white motif designed by Tiffanie Adkins Interiors sets off the custom art pieces commissioned for the space.
The black-and-white motif of this Ocean City home was designed by Tiffanie Adkins Interiors
The black-and-white motif of this Ocean City home was designed by Tiffanie Adkins Interiors (Cheryl Nemazie / HANDOUT)
“The architecture somewhat becomes a backdrop for the art and the view,” says Ron Morgan, founder and principal of Becker Morgan, the firm that designed the home.
Boxy shapes and banks of windows dominate the framework of this Ocean City home.
Boxy shapes and banks of windows dominate the framework of this Ocean City home. (Cheryl Nemazie / HANDOUT)
And like any waterfront residence, it’s all about the view. Built on the edge of a peninsula, the home’s rooms are arranged to frame the vista, creating a fluid relationship between inside and out.
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