Hsu McCullough is a full service architecture firm specializing in custom home design rooted in comfort. Led by principals Peggy Hsu, AIA and Chris McCullough, we envision and create exceptional places through a collaborative process with our clients. Meeting frequently to discover and achieve client goals, with communication and cooperation held at the highest regard, Hsu McCullough’s meticulous approach offers thoughtful and elegant solutions for all budget and schedule challenges. Our office engages every detail of the process that flows from initial project analysis through construction completion. With a love for all things handcrafted – modern or traditional – and building materials exuding textural authenticity and charm, a Hsu McCullough space reflects the personalities and lifestyles of our clients with a loyalty to natural light and an equal enjoyment of interior and exterior environments in all their many forms. Our firm and work have been featured in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and many architectural design websites.
Peggy Hsu, AIA
Peggy received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona where she was fortunate to study architecture in Copenhagen, Denmark. Prior to establishing Hsu McCullough, Peggy worked for 9 years at KAA Design Group where she fully guided projects ranging from single family residences, executive suites in multi-family buildings, mixed-use condominium developments, boutiques and restaurants located throughout Southern California. Peggy is a licensed architect in California.
After receiving his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Carleton University School of Architecture in Canada, Chris’ career began in Osaka, Japan at Watanabe Architects and Works. Later he worked for 12 years at Marmol Radziner in Los Angeles before forming Hsu McCullough, an idea born through the design and construction of their first home together with his wife Peggy Hsu. Chris has 20 years of architectural design experience with a specific focus on custom luxury homes as well as restoration of historic homes by architects such as Cliff May and Ray Kappe.