A comprehensive architectural survey of buildings built in the Charleston historic district from 2000 to 2015.
A photographic 360° virtual experience of the Modern Charleston project.
A lot of discussion has been generated over the past months and years regarding the new architecture being proposed or built in the historic district of Charleston, South Carolina. (It has been written about here, here, and here.) (Or read even more: here, here, here, and here.)
Ugly, uninspired, and just not beautiful. These were some of the claims we heard about the new projects going up in Charleston. As visitors to the city and newcomers to the discussion, we (the authors behind this project) weren’t satisfied with just reading about the recent developments and going along with secondary source reports. So, we started asking questions:
We wanted to see for ourselves what everybody was talking about, and we wanted to know what actually has been built in the past 15 years in Charleston.