CCA Welcomes Grant Bankston to the Team!

We are proud to welcome Grant Bankston to the CCA family! After a rigorous selection process, Grant (and another soon-to-start team member) was selected from countless applicants for his exceptional accomplishments while earning his Bachelor of Architecture and Art History Minor from the University of Oklahoma. Graduating at the top of his class, Grant recently moved to Aspen from the Great Plains to further his interest in the relationship between the natural and built environment. Grant has already earned a solid reputation as an extremely hard worker, fast learner and is a great addition to the team! After work, Grant, like so many of us, enjoys spending time in the mountains hiking, biking, snowboarding, and fishing.


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What is Responsive Architecture?

Check out Aspen Sojourner’s Summer 2015 issue, on newsstands now. Charles and CCA was named the Face of Responsive Architecture. What is Responsive Architecture you ask? Here is how we see it…

Great architecture responds to a client’s vision, as well as to the often competing forces of budget, time, the building site, the environment, and the path to approvals. Navigating the process requires a special team. For 35 years, Charles Cunniffe Architects have risen to every design challenge, masterfully designing some of Aspen’s most beautiful and valued buildings in the process.

While best known for our award-winning luxury residential work, CCA responds to all types of projects – large and small, commercial and residential, in Aspen or elsewhere (even abroad). A CCA designed building feels completely at home in its setting, yet unique amongst its surroundings. Its a success for the client ad for the community.


When you’re ready to pursue your dream, whether it be a new building or remodel, CCA will delivered an inspired result. We hope to hear from you!

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