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06

Dec

AIA San Francisco features CCS Architecture’s Glen Park Residence in the 2017 Home Tours

AIA San Francisco and the Center for Architecture + Design present the 2017 San Francisco Living: Home Tours, an annual open house event, featuring five outstanding modern homes. This popular program showcases a variety of architectural styles, neighborhoods and residences — including single-family homes and contemporary renovations. This is the first Bay Area tour series to promote residential design from the architect’s point of view.

https://www.archandcity.org/hometours17

http://www.sfchronicle.com/homeandgarden/article/AIASF-Home-Tour-Architects-get-creative-with-SF-12221083.php#photo-14142091

 

06

Dec

Casa Amate wins IIDA 2017 Best Interiors of Latin America & the Caribbean for Best Restaurant

CCS is proud to announce that Casa Amate at Andaz Mayakoba Resort Riviera Maya was selected as a winner in the Restaurants category in the 2017 International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Best Interiors of Latin America and the Caribbean Competition. Congratulations to our talented team that worked tirelessly to bring this project to life!

The IIDA Best Interiors of Latin America and the Caribbean Competition was created to recognize, honor and celebrate outstanding Interior Design/Architecture projects that represent the highest level of creativity, originality and design excellence.

http://www.iida.org/content.cfm/bilac-2017-winners

08

Dec

Watermill Residence named a Finalist in Interior Design’s Best Of Year Awards

This new residence in Watermill was named a finalist in Interior Design’s Best of Year Awards #boy2015

The 5,000 sf home is sited on a prime location in Water Mill, south of the highway with partial water views of Mecox Bay.  As a weekend home, it’s designed for casual Hamptons living with family and friends.  The design developed through a creative alliance between Architect Cass Calder Smith, Principal of CCS Architecture, and Designer Sharon Bonnemazou, Principal of Mode SB, who is also the homeowner with her husband.

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08

Dec

CCS and MODE Interior Designs win HC&G Bath Design Award

The 2015 Hamptons Cottages & Gardens Innovation in Design Awards – Bath Design

Even though the owner and designer of this Water Mill bath, Mode SB’s principal, is married with young children, she wanted the room to have a masculine tone, while also being luxurious and discreet. The most compelling detail, and one that every judge made note of, is the hovering double vanity, illuminated from below. While acknowledging the bathroom’s “masculine appeal,” judge Kim Seybert enthuses that “a woman would still feel comfortable using it!”

For more info, visit the HC&G website

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21

Jul

Cass Calder Smith Woodside Book Signing Event

CCS ARCHITECTURE Woodside Invite

WHAT:       Cass Calder Smith/CCS Architecture book signing event.

WHEN:       Wednesday, August 20th, 5-7pm

WHERE:     The Village Pub. 2967 Woodside Rd, Woodside, CA 94062

RSVP:           melissa@ccs-architecture.com

 

Join Architect Cass Calder Smith of CCS ARCHITECTURE in celebrating the release of the firm’s new book: “EAT, LIVE, WORK“.  This monograph – the firm’s first – showcases over 40 projects completed over the past 20 years.

The event will be held in association with the Djerassi Resident Artists Program.  The residency’s award-winning Middlebrook Studios are prominently featured in Eat, Live, Work and have provided inspirational live/work space for over 60 poets, playwrights, prose writers and media artists since their addition to the Djerassi Resident Artists Program in 2011. 

Prolific photographer and Djerassi alumni Robert Buelteman’s book “Eighteen Days in June” will also be available for purchase.  This book is a collection of stunning photographs of the coastal grasslands and redwood forests that comprise the artists’ community in the Santa Cruz Mountains in Woodside.  Buelteman’s photos also grace the walls of the Village Pub.

A portion of all book sales will support the “gift of time” for artists at the Djerassi Program.

Hors d’oeuvres and wine will be served.

Please note, space is extremely limited, advance RSVP is required

28

Aug

OneUP nominated for Best Restaurant Design

OneUP at the Grand Hyatt on Union Square in San Francisco has been nominated for Best Restaurant within a Hotel in the International Design & Architecture Awards. Please take a moment to vote for OneUP at the Grand Hyatt, which can be found in the Restaurant within a Hotel category.

http://thedesignawards.co.uk/voting2013/voting%20-%20hp.html

Thanks for your support!

20

Aug

Hyatt Atlanta wins Best Restaurant Award

Hyatt Regency Atlanta

CCS Architecture is pleased to announce that The Hyatt Regency Atlanta was awarded Best Restaurant Design at the HA+D Awards Ceremony (Hotel Architecture + Design) in Hong Kong.

This restaurant, lobby bar, and cafe are located in the mid-century (1967) Hyatt Regency in Atlanta, which was the first hotel with a signature atrium, designed by John Portman. In the spirit of the mid-century legacy of the building, the design for all three of these venues is modern, clean and intended to be timeless, while also being unique and warm.

Prominent and near the hotel entry is Sway (southern way), which is a large all-day restaurant, designed with an exhibition kitchen, plus a wine bar.  The original restaurant, which was gutted, was just an extension of the lobby and had no positive identity.  The new architecture that we created now has a façade, which are the wooden sections that establish a border between the atrium lobby and the restaurant itself.  This creates a transition from lobby to dining that is still visually open and inviting.

 

The lobby bar for the hotel is called Twenty Two Storys, which is how many floors the atrium has from floor to ceilingThe design for this is distinctive from the lobby, yet fully open to foster as much flow into it as possible. Although the design is modern, the goal for this venue was to be a ‘modern tavern’.  The wood finishes are darker and the layout is casual to foster individuals and large groups.