The whispers of the trees and the open space of Woodside, California invite writers and artists to let their creativity flow in the four writer’s cabins designed by CCS (Cass Calder Smith) Architecture. The cabins overlook the breathtaking mastery of the Santa Cruz valley and include sustainable features like solar panels on top of its steel roof which gained 100 points in the GreenPoint rating system of the San Mateo County. As a part of the Djerassi Resident Artists Program, this escape to a creative paradise invites all types of artists (especially writers) to occupy the cabins each month.

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