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Twenty Five Lusk Interior / By CCS Architecture

October 24, 2011


San Francisco, CA, United StatesCCS ArchitecturePost By:Kitticoon Poopong Photo © Courtesy of Paul Dyer On Lusk Alley in San Francisco's South of Market district, a 1917 smokehouse and meat-processing facility has been renovated to become Twenty Five Lusk.Continue Reading>>

Aptos Retreat ; By CCS Architecture

October 28, 2010


Aptos, California, United States CCS Architecture Post By:Kitticoon Poopong  Photo © Paul Dyer Designed for a San Francisco couple and their six children with ages ranging from high school to college, the project is located on a 20-acre site with ocean and mountain views, about five miles inland from the Pacific Ocean. The family desired […]

Seadrift Residence : By CCS Architecture

October 11, 2010


Stinson Beach, California CCS Architecture By Ingrid Spencer-via:archrecordPhoto © Matthew Millman  Those of us from Northern California can attest to the fact that one of the most beautiful beaches in the world is located about 20 miles north of San Francisco—Stinson Beach. It’s a little wilder than most—windy and often foggy. It’s the kind of […]

Striking a Balance: Although CCS-Architecture didn’t pursue sustainable design dogmatically, it still prevented a second home from tying to the grid.

September 21, 2010


Best Green HousesCCS-ArchitectureBy David Sokol ,  “Architecture is famous for tradeoffs and compromises,” says CCS-Architecture principal Cass Calder-Smith, AIA, “You become a master synthesizer.” In the case of Gold Country Residence, a second home for a young family from San Francisco, CCS had to reconcile the client’s desire to be off the grid with the […]