Interior Design by CCS Architecture seen at Sierra Cafe, Incline Village - Design & Architecture
Interior Design by CCS Architecture seen at Sierra Cafe, Incline Village - Design & Architecture
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Design & Architecture

The Lake Tahoe luxury resort’s all-day dining restaurant, Sierra Café, completed a $1.5 million redesign and renovation offering an entirely new, mountain-contemporary look. Featuring 208-seats of indoor and outdoor dining space, the new restaurant is meant to appeal not only to hotel guests but also locals and features gorgeous views of the beautiful natural scenery of the verdant forest and mountainside. Contemporary oak tables and leather seating adorn the dining room space, including a new ‘Chef’s Table,’ ideal for buffet’s or an intimate private event. A large fireplace, constructed with natural stones and rich woods, acts as the focal point for the room.

[Images by Paul Dyer]

Meet the Creator

CCS Architecture, 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.

CCS 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 spatial and material qualities, and for providing outstanding professional service.

Cass Calder Smith founded CCS Architecture in 1990, and now has three Associate Principals; Barbara Turpin-Vickroy, Taylor Lawson and Melissa Werner. The principals direct a staff of 30 between the two offices.

Available for commission/custom work