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CCS Architecture – Building News

16 + 11 Sep 2013

Sway at The Hyatt Regency Atlanta wins HA+D Award, Georgia, USA

CCS is pleased to announce Sway, at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta, received a Design Excellence Award for Best Restaurant at the Hospitality Architecture & Design Awards last month.

Sway at The Hyatt Regency Atlanta by CCS Architecture
photo from architects office

Sway at The Hyatt Regency Atlanta

This US architectural studio designed the new restaurant, lobby bar, and cafe within the hotel. Sway is a large all-day restaurant, designed with an exhibition kitchen, wine bar and private dining room. In the spirit of the mid-century legacy of the building, the design is modern, clean and timeless.

21 Aug 2013

Grand Hyatt nominated for Best Restaurant Award, California, USA

This architectural firm recently completed a total renovation to the restaurant, bar and lobby at the Grand Hyatt on Union Square in San Francisco. The restaurant, OneUP, has been nominated for the Hotel & Property Category in the International Design & Architecture Awards.

Grand Hyatt San Francisco
Grand Hyatt San Francisco by CCS Architecture
photo : Paul Dyer, San Francisco

You can vote for this architecture practice in the Restaurant within a Hotel category: Online voting open through September 13th –

11 + 10 Jul 2012

The Middlebrook Studios, San Mateo County, San Francisco Peninsula, California, USA
Date built: 2012
The Middlebrook Studios Woodside by CCS Architecture
photo : Paul Dyer
Middlebrook Studios – San Mateo County building
This US architectural practice recently completed The Middlebrook Studios, consisting of four new studios for The Djerassi Resident Artists Program. The property consists of over 600 acres of rolling hills, forests and meadows high in the coastal hills of Woodside, CA. The project was conceived as a memorial to Diane Middlebrook, an accomplished writer and teacher, and late wife of program founder Carl Djerassi.

CCS Architecture – Key Projects

Designs by CCS Architecture, alphabetical:

25 Lusk, Lusk Alley, South of Market, San Francisco, CA, USA
Date built: 2011
25 Lusk Restaurant
photo from architecture firm
25 Lusk San Francisco
Twenty Five Lusk was nominated for Best Restaurant in the AIA|LA Restaurant Design Awards and also for Best Restaurant in the International Hotel & Property Awards. A 1917 smokehouse and meat-processing facility has been renovated to become Twenty Five Lusk, a 265-seat American restaurant and bar. This architecture practice crafted the two-level space, weaving graceful forms and sophisticated materials through the massive, historic, warehouse structure.

The Plant Café, Pier 3, The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA, USA
Date built: 2010
San Francisco cafe
photo : Kris Tamburello
San Francisco Cafe Design
The Plant: Cafe Organic occupies two historic, waterfront buildings at Pier 3, straddling what was once a railroad passage, which CCS Architecture has modified to create a full-service, 112-seat restaurant and a separate, counter-service cafe. The Plant is one of the “greenest” restaurants in San Francisco–and one of the few in the country with a rooftop solar PV system for on-site, electrical energy production.

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Location: 44 McLea Court, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA

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