Frank is an aspiring young architect who was born in Taiwan, moved to California with his family, and grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. At an early age, he has always had an incredible passion for visual arts and architecture.
Frank graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture. He initially met Cass and excelled in the studio course he taught at UC Berkeley. He soon became hugely inspired by the works that Cass and his firm were producing. Immediately upon graduation, he joined CCS Architecture in 2017.
Since joining the firm, Frank has grown to become a highly creative Junior Architect who enjoys designing a wide range of project types from restaurants to retail to hospitality. He has been with CCS Architecture for three years. During this time, the projects he worked on that he is most proud of are The Matheson in Healdsburg, Eddie Rickenbacker’s at the Transbay Center, and Hotel Castro.
He is meticulous and detail-oriented with profound knowledge of various architectural modeling and visualization software. Currently, he is pursuing a Masters in Architecture at the University of California, Los Angeles. His ultimate career goal is to become a licensed architect and continue his practice in the field of architecture.