Eat Live Work - CCS Architecture
- A monograph on the work of CCS Architects
- Specialising in buildings and interiors where we eat, live and work
CCS Architects specialise in the buildings where we eat, live and work:
Eat – CCS’ restaurants are magnetic, innovative and have enduring style. Live – CCS’ residences focus on the notion of calm, retreat, intimacy and an owner’s personal expression. Work – CCS’ commercial projects create unique architectural identity for each business from an amalgam of ideas.
CCS Architecture (CCS), with offices in San Francisco and New York City, is dedicated to excellence in architecture and interior design. Since its inception in 1990, CCS has designed a diverse range of public and private buildings and interiors. The firm has gained international acclaim for the architectural and commercial success of restaurant projects, while the uniqueness of residential, commercial and mixed-use projects has met with an unusual degree of owner satisfaction and media praise. This monograph seeks to explore opportunities of maximum potential and express them at a scale appropriate to each project. The work is firmly based in the modernist idiom, where innovation and creativity are balanced by common sense and experience. The firm is known for creating projects with exceptional results.
Projects and locations include: Eat – Barbacco, San Francisco, CA, Townline BBQ, Sagaponack, NY; Giorgione 508, New York, NY; RM seafood at Mandalay Bay Las Vegas, NV; Sandton Sun Johannesburg, South Africa Live – SOHO Condominium, New York, NY; Belvedere Residence, Marin, CA; Watermill Residence, Hamptons, NY; Palo Alto Residence, Palo Alto, CA Work – 680 Second Street, San Francisco, CA; Ammirati Advertising, New York, NY; Diane Middlebrook Studios, Woodside, CA; Holy Family Day Home, San Francisco, CA; Tesla Showroom, Los Angeles, CA
- The Images Publishing Group
- 9th Dec 2013
- World excluding Japan and South East Asia
- 235 mm x 235 mm
- 256 Pages
- 400 color
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